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THE 1966 
PILGRIM 




Fall 




Winter 38 



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Editors: 

Barbara Buckley 
Charles Caramello 

Advisor: i| 4S* Spring 128 

Miss Anita Drisko 





Advertising 152 



Plymouth - Carver High School • Plymouth, Massachusetts • Volume XLVI 






IN MEMORIAM 



Had you been old 

I might be reconciled 

To see you 

gathered to the silent wind, 

Were your days darkened, 

weary, shattered, told, 

Had life 

tvith disillusion been defiled, 

And grief poured on your head 

its molten gold — 

Had you been old — 




But you were young: 

your faith a fire unshaken, 

Your hair bright 

tossed with wind, 

your breath sivift taken 

With dear delight of earth, 

tvith arms out flung 

To joy. 

Just then, 

just then to be forsaken 

Of breath! 

to leave the melody unsung, 

When you were young! 

Elizabeth Hollister Frost 
Brandeis Yearbook 1964 




Mr. John Wiseman 



Gathered To The Silent Wind 




early morning 

thinking 
chem test 
term paper 
translations 
satisfaction of completion 





five of bell 

milling rushing 
hurried hellos lingering goodbyes 

blurred faces: 

five hours sleep 



solitude : 

life in a stolen moment 
collecting thoughts 

Albert Camus wrote . . . 
The Stranger ... in 1942 




romance of . . . 
a locker?? 
irrelevancy of place 
importance of thoughts 
of people 
of feelings 





small talk big people 

Caesar Augustus 

is dating who 

blocking the corridor 

excuse me excuse me 



authority 
hand in hand 

with helping 
alienation 
of 
responsibility 




bureaucracy 

Gogol 
individualism 
cut your hair 

change those levis 
razorback rights 





enough enough 
quit the race 
tired 

indifferent 







F^^^^^! 






zeal 




m B^B 






involvement 










Viet Nam 


f^M 


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Civil Rights 


WBM 






Poverty 




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marches demonstrations 










a snowball 


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gathering momentum 




PP^j 


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time 
lifts its dusty petticoats 
and flees 
sandy hands 
in an 
electric hourglass 




restless . . . 
. . . farewell 
transitory 
finite 
laughing sighing 





gates of eden 
exeunt stage left 
to a greater play 
more scenery 
more characters 
no script 




Persecution, prevalent in Man since His origin. 
Not a transitory practice, but rather a permanent one; 

for it is inherent in humanity, 

and has proved an extreme means of expression. 

Man, dissatisfied with himself, 

looks for a scapegoat upon whom this dissatisfaction can be thrust. 

Or, a fear is manifested in persecution — 

a fear that well-worn paths will be covered 

by autumn leaves of dissention and new byways will be hewn 

through the forest of Establishment. . . 

Such was the case in England: 

a fear of the Church 

that a Quiet Revolution would upset the Order. 

And thus, the fear manifested itself in persecution. 

Driven to rustic catacombs, the Dissenters sought freedom of expression — 

freedom — a shadowy image, 

an unnamable Essence, an ideal. 

Their passive strength: a refusal to fight. 

Migration . . . to Holland . . . The answer! 

The discovery of freedom! 

But no, not the freedom of self-determination. 

Only the molding of Self to the form of the Other. 

Foreignness permeated their existence: 

alienation from the Homeland bred melancholy. 

Wasted hearts, tugging already bowed heads to lower depths. 

New acquaintances, new practices . . . so hard to conform. 

They returned home, not as the Prodigal Son 

— not seeking forgiveness or acceptance 

— but ivith a Dream, a brave Dream, 

an unheard of Dream. 

Bearded heads meeting in thought planned a new society. 

An agent secured the means of emigration. . . 

The pilgrims departed. 
Thrice stopped in actual voyage — many disappointments 

— but not abandonment. 

Dreams in a mental cocoon erupted in winged Reality. 

Physical bonds were severed . . . but never those of the spirit. 

Freedom pierced the sea . . . a glimmering beacon. 

The choice, the step, never would they return. 

They would look back though . . . 

but, only over caped shoulders moving forward. 




ADMINISTRATION 



Mr. F. Edward Nicolas 

Superintendent of Schools 



The Plymouth-Carver High School community is 
fortunate to have such a capable administration at 
its head. In immediate contact with the students are 
Principal Julian Demeo, Vice-Principal Wilbert Cin- 
golani, and Dean of Girls Alice Urann. Behind the 
academic scene are Superintendent F. Edward Nicolas 
and the Plymouth-Carver Regional School Committee. 




Mr. Julian Demeo, Principal; Mrs. Alice 
Urann, Dean of Girls; Mr. Wilbert Cin- 
golani, Vice Principal. 




SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Plymouth-Carver School Committee: 
Seated 1-r: Mrs. Jane Gellar, Mrs. Mary 
D. Gomes, Mr. William T. Gault, Mr. F. 
Edward Nicolas, Dr. Samuel K. Ste- 
wart. Standing 1-r: Mr. Erwin K. Wash- 
burn, Dr. George Wild, Mr. Harry F. 
Doyle, Mr. David A. Cappannari. 



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Left to right: Mrs. Hector Patenaude, Bridgewater, Boston University; Mr. 
Horace Turner, Bates, Harvard University 



GUIDANCE 



Mr. Edward Calvin 

Harvard, Kent State, Western Reserve University 



The Guidance Department of Plymouth-Carver High 
School is noted for its efficiency in acquainting students 
of all curricula with opportunities available to them in 
future years. It maintains a complete library of college 
pamphlets and provides a series of interesting outside pro- 
grams and lectures. A competent staff make it possible 
for the guidance department to meet its responsibilities 
and carry out its functions expertly. 



Students hear lecture on Bates College. 




FACULTY 




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THE STAFF 



A school is only as good as its faculty, and the faculty of Plymouth- 
Carver High School personifies excellence. Its members are learned 
people, and, what is more important, they possess the ability to transmit 
their knowledge to the student. We owe these teachers a great deal 
for dedicating their lives to the instalment of learning in the young 
generations of Americans. 



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ENGLISH 




The English curriculum at Plymouth- 
Carver not only increases the vocabulary 
and instills the skills of grammar in each 
student but also inspires the student to 
develop his potential creativity, through 
such courses as World Literature, Speech 
Drama and Creative Writing. 



Mr. Roland Holmes 

Chairman 

Bowdoin 

Boston University 



Mr. William Dillon 

Bridgewater 



Clarion Advisor 



Mr. Yoshiro Sanbonmatsu 

Swarthmore 
U. of Bridgeport 
Bookstore Advisor 

Mr. Joseph Auciello 

University of Massachusetts 
"Lit" magazine 



Mrs. Alice Urann 

Bridgewater 

Boston University 

Dean of Girls 

Miss Janet Draghetti 

Emerson College 
Drama Club Advisor 





Mrs. Helen 
Ellenbogan 

University of 
Washington 



Mr. Bonus Benes 

Harvard University 



Miss Glena Plaisted 

Boston University 



Miss Sally Day 
University of Maine 



Mrs. Jacqueline 

Levin 

Brandeis University 

Senior Class Advisor 



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FACULTY 



SOCIAL STUDIES 

The Social Studies department of Plymouth- 
Carver is very comprehensive. Its history section 
covers the world intensively from the period of 
the ancient Greeks to the problems of today's 
society. Other courses offered by this depart- 
ment are geared toward giving the student a 
clear insight into the world about him. 




Mr. Joseph Robinson 

Tufts 
University of Maine 



Mr. Paul Baden 

Harvard 
Boston University 



Mrs. Doris Krensky 

George Washington University 

Boston University 

Bridgewater 

Mr. Kenneth Taylor 

University of Miami 
Bridgewater 




Mr. Joseph DeSisto 

Fordham University 
Boston College 
Football Coach 



Mrs. Helen Bagnell 

Salem State 
Boston University 



Miss Phyllis Johnson 

Bridgewater 
Northeastern University 



Miss Phyllis Boucher 

Chairman 

Worcester State 

Clark University 

Honor Society Advisor 



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LANGUAGES 











Mr. John Tavernelli 

Boston University 
Bridgewater 



Mr. Andrew Dietlin 

Bridgewater 
Boston College 



Mr. Filiberto Lopez 

Univ. of Illinois 
Univ. of Havana 
Univ. of Miami 



Miss Patricia Palmer 

Boston University 

Brown University 

Suffolk Law School 



Mrs. Lydia 
Marcelonis 

Valparaiso 
University 



Mrs. Gudrun Bartlett 

Mount Holyoke 
Harvard 



Mrs. Anita Franks 

Vassar College 

Columbia University 

Boston University 





Miss Iris Albertini 

Chairman 
Radcliffe, Middlebury 



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FACULTY 



SCIENCE 



The Science Department of Plymouth-Carver 
High School has responded to man's current quest 
for universal excellence in that concentration of 
study. Every student undertakes a minimum of 
one and a maximum of four years in either the 
general of the college preparatory programs. Bi- 
ology, Chemistry, and Physics constitute the lab 
science. Geology and the space science are elective 
courses for personal benefit. 




Mr. David Barlow 

U. of Rhode Island 
Boston University 





Mr. John Penny 

Holy Cross 

Boston State 

Beaver College 

Co-advisor of the 

Sophomore Class, 

Driver Education 



Mr. Robert Martin 

Tufts 
Boston University 



Mr. W. Douglas Edwards 

Springfield College 

Elon College 

University of N. C. 

University of Va. 

Bridgewater State 



Mr. Silas Wade 

Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute 
Bridgewater 



Mr. Rudolph Widman 

Eastern Nazarene College 
Northeastern University 



Mr. William Levesque 

U. of New Hampshire 
Bridgewater State 



Mrs. Mary Shinney 
Regis College 



Miss Clare Driscoll 

Radcliffe 
Harvard 



Mr. Ronald Gomes 

Bridgewater State 



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MATHEMATICS 




From the very earliest times man has needed 
mathematics, and even more so today in our 
technological world. The teaching of mathema- 
tics forms an important part of our educational 
system here at Plymouth-Carver. There is a 
math program for students in the basic course; 
and in addition, Geometry, Algebra, and Trigo- 
nometry are offered to the college preparatory 
students. 



Mr. James Perry 

Providence College 
Portia Law School 

Mr. Russell Randall 

Boston University 



Mr. Alexis Bakeeff 

Kings Point 

Mr. William Levesque 

Bridgewater 
University of New Hampshire 








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Mr. Donald Mayer 

Chairman 
Boston University 
Math Club Advisor 



Miss Claire Driscoll 

Radcliff 
Harvard 



Mr. Peter Fachetti 

North Adams State 
Bridgewater 



Mr. Louis Cappannari 

Northeastern 
University of Michigan 

Mr. Mario Romano 

Boston College 

Boston Graduate College 

Athletic Director 



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FACULTY 



Miss Beatrice Arthur 

Chairman 

Salem 

Bridgewater State 

Boston University 




Business Education helps to enrich our 
students with the valuable knowledge of 
secretarial, clerical, bookkeeping, and selling 
skills, with the hope of preparing each in- 
dividual for the competitiveness of the busi- 
ness world. The department also helps to 
provide a background for those desiring to 
continue their education in the business 
field. 



BUSINESS 
EDUCATION 





Mrs. Inger Martinelli 

Ohio University 

Business Advisor for Clarion 



Mr. William Turpin 

Salem State 



Mr. Earl Jowdry 

University of Maine 
Co-ordinator of Data Processing 



Mr. Willard E. Mondeau 

Northeastern University 
Bridgewater State 



Mrs. Leona Swartz 
Boston University 




LIBRARY 



In its three years of existence, the Plymouth- 
Carver library has grown at a rapid pace. Con- 
taining a large selection of volumes, the library 
also provides study and research facilities 
throughout the school day and maintains several 
conference rooms within itself. 




Miss Audrey Ziergiebel 

Boston State, Simmons 



Mrs. Virginia Bramhall 

Secretary 




FACULTY 




. busy hands 



HOME ECONOMICS 



For the future homemakers of Plymouth-Carver there is an 
opportunity to study cooking, sewing, and allied skills which 
are needed for efficient management of a home. Acquired 
skills, together with the sense of pride in accomplishing 
worthwhile projects, enrich the home economics course. 




Miss Anita Drisko 

Farmington State Teacher's 

College 

"Pilgrim" Advisor 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



Mr. George Decourcy 

Middle Tennessee 
State College 

Emerson College 
Bridgewater 



Mr. Alfred Johnson 

Cambridge Junior 

College 

Bridgewater 



Mr. William Johnstone 

Fitchburg 

Bridgewater 

Harvard 

Co-advisor to the 

Freshman Class, 

Radio Club 

Assistant Track Coach 





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Mr. Hector Patenaude 

Chairman 

Fitchburg 

Boston University 

Bridgewater 



ART 



The art program provides the opportunity for 
each student to develop his capabilities through 
creative thinking and self-expression. The ap- 
plication of skill to the subject of taste is also 
executed toward the perfection of workmanship. 
Those endeavoring to pursue the beauty of art 
find the resources and encouragement necessary 
toward the attainment of success. 




Mr. Patrick Berry 

Chairman 

School of Practical Art 

Mass. College of Art 

Bridgewater State 



Mr. Maurice Sevigny 

Massachusetts College 
of Art 



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Dicky Joe appraises an art form as Mr. Sevigny 
casts the evil eye. 



Molding students in a sculpture class. 



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"Oh, no, this is 
the gas faucet!" 



FACULTY 




PHYSICAL 



Being dedicated to the complete education, Ply- 
mouth-Carver High School has created an extensive 
physical education program to supplement and par- 
allel classroom learning. Each student not partici- 
pating on an athletic team must take two or three 
periods of gym a week depending upon his partic- 
ular grade level. The Physical Education depart- 
ment also sponsors intramural competition in touch 
football, basketball, volleyball, and many other 
sports. 



Mr. Harold Rogers 

Chairman 
Bridgewater State 
Boston University 





Saturday morning basketball practice 



Mr. Richard Ward 

University of Massachusetts 

Mr. Henry Cryer 

Panzer College 



DUCATION 





Before . . . 



Left to right: Miss Judith Wild, University of 
North Carolina, Greensboro, Miss Nancy Mac- 
Duffee, University of Massachusetts. 



. and after 





. stretch 



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FACULTY 




MUSIC 



"If you're a marching girl, you'd 
better be there." 



The music department in our school 
actively instills in the students an appre- 
ciation of the musical art. A course in 
music appreciation is offered, and the 
students are encouraged to participate in 
chorus, orchestra, and band. 



Mr. John Pacheco 

Chairman 

Boston University 

Band, Marching Girls 





Mrs. Rosemary Way 

Julliard School of Music 
Orchestra 



Concentration in an art form. 



Mr. Arthur H. Ellis, Jr. 

Boston University 
Chorus 



SPECIAL CLASS 



Mr. Dennis Aresta 

Boston College 

Bridgewater 

Assistant Football Coach 



All courses taught in the special class at Plymouth-Carver 
High School are geared to the ability of the student. The 
courses are specifically designed to give the student good basic 
training in all the major subjects. 




Mr. John Rathkamp 

Bridgewater State 
College 



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STAFF 




Seated: Mrs. Marion Whiting, main office secretary. 
Standing: Mrs. Henrietta Prout, Guidance Office, Mrs. 
Dorothy Lopes, Main Office, Mrs. Doris Roncarati, Main 
Office. 



Mrs. Ruth Volta, R.N. 
School Nurse 




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The Cafeteria Staff 




Mrs. Bernicc Haigh 

Remedial Reading Instructor 




"Alright, which of you two guys on the end is the 
boss ?" 



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FOOTBALL.. 






Co-captains Allan Young and 
Bob Janson 



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THE RECORD 

Plymouth-Carver 8 Bridgewater-Raynham 14 

Plymouth-Carver 6 Rockland 12 

Plymouth-Carver 8 Middleboro 34 

Plymouth-Carver Whitman-Hanson ... 36 

Plymouth-Carver 12 Abington 30 

Plymouth-Carver 6 Fairhaven 6 

Plymouth-Carver 6 Randolph 14 

Plymouth-Carver Scituate 32 

Plymouth-Carver 6 Silver Lake 7 



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'Look! I don't want it!" 




The Coaches: Mr. Joseph DeSisto, Head 
Coach; Mr. Dennis Aresta, Mr. Henry 
Cryer, Assistant Coaches. 



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P-C quarterback hands off. 



Blue Eagle Team Hustles . 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 

The Plymouth-Carver Blue Eagles dedicated their 
new on campus field on Saturday, September 25, 
1965. Hosting Bridgewater-Raynham, the Blue 
Eagles could not christen their new field with a 
victory, as the Trojans outlasted the Eagles 14-8 
in a real thriller. After Bridgewater-Raynham had 
scored twice, Plymouth-Carver's Dave Maccaferri 
picked up a fumble and ran forty yards. But it 
wasn't quite enough. Don McLean proved in this 
first game he was the best punter in the Southeast 
Conference with several booming kicks. 

The P-C eleven travelled the following Saturday 
to Rockland but the Blue Eagles chopped another 
close one, 12-6. The Plymouth-Carver boys domi- 
nated the second half but once again a two touch- 
down deficit was too much to overcome. The Blue 
Eagles scored when Don McLean grabbed a seven 
yard touchdown pass from quarterback Johnny 
Clark. Ron St. George should be praised for his 
fine defensive work for P-C. 



On October 9, 1965 the Blue Eagles were de- 
eated, 34-8, in the second home game of the season 
y a strong, well-balanced Middleboro squad. The 
isiting Sachens rolled up a 20-8 score at half-time 
nd sewed up the contest with two touchdowns in 
he fourth quarter. The Blue Eagles couldn't pene- 
rate the tough Middleboro defense but scored once 
n a Clark to McLean pass. Ed Kralsowski, Wayne 
'into, and Ron St. George played outstanding de- 
ense for P-C. The following Saturday a powerful 
unning team from Whitman-Hanson invaded Ply- 
louth and simply overpowered the Blue Eagles, 

6-0, for P-C's fourth straight loss of 19b5. Using 
nd sweeps and keepers, Panther quarterback John 
lenson, with fine blocking support, carried Whit- 
mn-Hanson over the Blue Eagle defense. The P-C 
efenders were constantly on the field as a result 
f eight pass interceptions. 

At Abington on October 23 the Green Wave used 
wo quick third period touchdowns to defeat P-C, 
0-12. Once again the Blue Eagles couldn't get 
tarted until it was too late. Co-captain Bob Janson 
nd quarterback Johnny Clark scored for the Blue 
lagles on runs of 20 and 2 yards respectively, 
ohnny Clark, Billy Butters, and Bob Janson were 
utstanding in P-C's offensive effort. 

The Blue Eagles broke a 14 game losing streak 
ating back to 1963 when they tied Fairhaven 6-6. 
'he visitors were our new non-league game oppo- 
ents. P-C played a sparkling game. After a score- 
sss first half, Johnny Clark ran into the end zone 
rom three yards out on a keeper. Fairhaven tied 



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But Doesn't Jell 



First row: left to right: D. Mc- 
Lean, D. Maccaferri, R. St. George, 
W. Pinto, A. Young, co-captain; B. 
Janson, co-captain; J. Botelho, D. 
Griswold, T. May. Second row: 
left to right: D. Furtado, W. Beal, 
J. Tassinari, D. Tavares, W. 
Stearns, A. Policelli, B. Curtis, J. 
Clark, E. KruKowski, S. Tuscher, 
Head Coach Mr. DeSisto. Third 
row: left to right: W. Henry, B. 
Maccaferri, J. Furtado, Petroff, 
D. Hale, R. Boynton, B. Butters, 
S. Rapoza, V. Bratti, Assistant 
Coach Mr. Aresta. Fourth row: 
left to right: B. Pratt, manager; 
R. Post, P. Gonsalves, K. Medeiros, 
D. Cerasuolo, M. Perry, C. Bal- 
lard, D. Banker, D. Desreuisseau, 
W. Armstrong, manager; Assist- 
ant Coach, Mr. Cryer. 




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the score in the last moments on a 27 yard pass 
play. The Blue Eagles mustered a final drive with 
30 seconds left and when the final whistle blew the 
ball was on the Fairhaven 1-yard line. The Clark 
to McLean combination worked all afternoon and 
Allan Young, along with Doug Griswold, turned in 
fine offensive efforts for P-C. 

At the Blue Eagles last home game on November 
6, Randolph squeaked by P-C, 14-6, in another ex- 
citing game. Spotting the Blue Devils on an 8-0 
lead, the Blue Eagles scored when Don McLean 
caught a 19 yard pass from Johnny Clark and ran 
into the end zone. When Randolph made a fourth 
quarter touchdown the Eagles tried their best to 
pull the game out. But four dropped passes failed 
P-C in the final minutes. Senior signal-caller 
Johnny Clark played a fine game for the Blue 
Eagles. 

On November 13 at Scituate, P-C suffered their 



seventh loss of the season, 32-0. Despite a first 
half downpour, Sailor quarterback Connolly used 
end sweeps and roll-outs to pace the Scituate at- 
tack. The Blue Eagles' offense couldn't get rolling 
at all against a stalwart Sailor defense. 

At Kingston on Thanksgiving Day, the Blue 
Eagles met Silver Lake Regional High School, a 
team with a 2-6 record at game time. Neither team 
could score in the first half, but Silver Lake totaled 
6 points with a pass to Bartlett. Quarterback Jeff 
Mendall converted and the Lakers led 7-0. Bill Beal 
scored for P-C soon after, but the two point con- 
version which would have resulted in victory, fell 
short. Both teams tried to improve the scoring but 
superb defense made that impossible. Final score: 
P-C 6, Silver Lake 7. Johnny Clark, Bill Stearns 
and Don McLean played an outstanding offensive 
game. Joel Botelho, Mike Babini, and Ron St. 
George showed a fine defensive effort for P-C. 




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SENIORS 





Senior football players — M. Babini; J. Clark; Co-captain, A. Young; Co- 
captain, R. Janson; D. Furtado; R. Boynton. 




This year's co-captains, A. Young and R. Janson, 
wish next year's co-captains, R. St. George and 
D. MacLean, the best of luck. 



Senior football players — D. Tavares; T. May; R. Gal- 
lagher; K. Medeiros; and D. Cerasuolo. 




In mentioning the Senior members of the 
1965-66 P-C football team, a distinct pride 
comes over us. These men have worked 
long and hard for three years. The first 
year was victory and all the glory and cham- 
pionship jackets that went with it. The next 
two years were very different. Our men had 
to develop a different pride and stick-to-it- 
tive-ness. They never gave up, and we are 
sure that this was what made them men! 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SCORES 

Bridgewater 

Rockland 32 

Middleborough 8 

Whitman-Hanson 8 

Abington 14 

Scituate 22 

Randolph 22 



P-C .. . 


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P-C . . . 


6 


P-C... 


14 


P-C... 


16 


P-C... 


6 


P-C... 


14 


P-C... 


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Bottoms Up! 



We are very sure that the 1965-66 Freshman foot- 
ball team added to our pride in the Freshman class. 
We know they worked hard and went to the fields try- 
ing to do the very best. We are looking forward to see 
these tall, broad Freshman boys on next year's Varsity 
team. 



Paul gets ready for football practice. 




Freshman Football Team — First row 1-r: K. Strassel, P. 
Taylor, P. Stearns, M. Donelan, M. Sirrico, co-captain; 
F. Barrows, co-captain; Mr. Balonis, K. Beal, J. Secundo. 
Second row 1-r: H. Scott, W. Stewart, B. Tusher, W. Pi- 



mental, L. Shaw, D. Provonche, M. Ferris, L. Pinto, R. 
Nickerson. Third row 1-r: R. Brown, C. Smith, J. Darsh, 
R. Baietti, P. Pinnetti, K. Walker, S. Loud, E. Maccaferri. 



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CHEERLEADERS 



The faithful cheerleaders of P.C.H.S. served as 
incessant bundles of energy supporting their fight- 
ing Blue Eagles throughout the school year. Every 
football and basketball contest found the girls 
dressed in blue and white and vehemently cheering 
the boys on with peppy chants of encouragement. 






Co-Captains: 1-r: Jean Cotti; Bonnie Wood 



The Alternates: 1-r: C. Thompson; M. 
Medeiros; S. Sawyer; L. Axford; E. 
Wood. 



The Squad; Sitting 1-r: P. Pimental; C. Olivera, 
senior; J. Cotti, senior; D. Fry. Standing 1-r: D. 



Parker, senior; B. Wood, senior; B. Fratus; D. 
Roncarati. 





The Pep Squad; Miss Judith Wild, advisor 



PEP SQUAD 



The Pep Squad, under the direction of Miss Judith 
Wild, is open to all interested girls. The girls, led by the 
cheerleaders, chanted cheers and songs at every game. 
Their vitality and never-ending team support proved in- 
valuable. 

MARCHING GIRLS 



The Marching Girls, along with the Band, provided 
half-time entertainment at all football games. Through 
constant practice, they were able to perform complicated 
maneuvers on the football field. 




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The Marching Girls; Kneeling 1-r: 
C. Brigida, J. Strassel, co-captains. 
First row 1-r: M. Montanari; N. 
Randall; P. Maccoaferi; P. Taver- 
nelli; J. Sterns; K. Browning; D. 
Shea; N. Pedrini. Second row 1-r: 
S. Stewart; D. Guaraldi; J. Leon- 
ardi; C. Geller; J. Wirtzburger; C. 
Siever; M. Dunlap; J. Walker; L. 
Heath. Third row 1-r: C. Volta; E. 
Fry; J. Furtado; J. Pacheco; K. 
Bubbins; C. Kuhn; D. Watts; J. 
Boccachi. Fourth row 1-r: R. Costa; 
P. Ferioli; E. Brigida; C. Besse; 
S. Freyermuth. 




VARSITY TEAM 

Kneeling: B. Fernandes, J. Ed- 
wards, B. Guerra, B. Meyer, 
K. Pederzani, Captain; D. Sal- 
gado. Standing: Miss Nancy 
MacDuffee, Coach; S. Meharg, 
S. Henderson, S. Brewster, N. 
Kelly, Z. Lewis, S. Edwards, 
M. Furtado, Manager. 



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VARSITY RECORD 

Plymouth-Carver . . 4 Middleboro 

Plymouth-Carver . . 1 Abington 1 

Plymouth-Carver . . 2 Silver Lake 1 

Plymouth-Carver. .2 Whitman-Hansen .0 

Plymouth-Carver . . Hingham 2 

Plymouth-Carver . . 1 Rockland 

Plymouth-Carver . . 4 Middleboro 

Plymouth-Carver . . 3 Abington 1 

Plymouth-Carver . . 2 Silver Lake 

Plymouth-Carver . . Hingham 2 

Plymouth-Carver . . 3 Whitman-Hansen . 

Plymouth-Carver . . 1 Rockland 1 



. . . Tense moments in a 
decisive, Hingham game. 



Plymouth takes over. 



a brief moment to rest . . 





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FIELD HOCKEY 



'65 



The Girls' Varsity Field Hockey Team had an 
excellent season this year, second only to Hingham 
High School, a new-comer to class "C". In spite of 
the change in coaches, Miss MacDuffee replacing 
Mrs. Cheverie, the team still retained its good 
sportsmanship and outstanding record. 

The Junior Varsity team was able to win all of 
its games thus improving their last year's record. 
With skilled stick work they managed to beat Hing- 
ham, their strongest opponent. 

Though many of the team members will be gradu- 
ating this year, several of the varsity and junior 
varsity players will be returning next fall to face 
new challengers. We sincerely hope that next sea- 
son will be as successful as this season has been. 





"Come on Girls. You have two minutes to win this 
game!" 



The Seniors: Barbara, Ginny, Bev, Kathy, and 
Nancy. 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 



J.V. and Varsity captains, 
Trisha and Kathy. 



Plymouth- 
Plymouth- 
Plymouth- 
Plymouth- 
Plymouth- 
Plymouth- 
Plymouth- 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 



Carver . . 2 
Carver. .6 
Carver . . 2 
Carver. .3 
Carver. .3 
Carver . . 2 
Carver. .2 
Carver . . 1 
Carver . . 
Carver . . 1 



Middleboro . . 


..0 


Abington . . . 


1 


Silver Lake . 


..0 


Hingham ... 


1 


Rockland . . . 


1 


Middleboro . . 


..1 


Abington . . . 


n 


Silver Lake . 


..0 


Hingham . . . 





Rockland . . . 


n 





JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 

Kneeling: C. Lodi, M. Pina, D. Fernandes, D. MacDougal, L. Pina, S. Ryan, L. Heath, 
D. Ruprecht. Standing: Miss Nancy MacDuffee, Coach; S. Robertson, M. Burton, I. 
Pina, N. Darsch, V. Lewis, C. Rettig, C. Bramhall, T. Meyer, Captain; V. Hathaway, 
Manager. 




THE RECORD 

P-C 20 Whitman-Hanson 37 

P-C 35 Rockland 23 

P-C 28 Wareham 27 

P-C 17 Middleboro 40 

P-C 19 Silver Lake 43 

P-C 15 Hingham 40 

The Plymouth-Carver Harriers had a fine rec- 
ord, winning four and losing two. Although the 
team didn't place in the District Meet, it placed 
second in the Old Colony League Meet. Some of 
the outstanding performers for P-C were Captain 
Bob Ferrari, Bob Carlisle, Dale Lane, Mike Caton, 
Dave Silvia and Scott Cline. 



'Do I have to go now??" 



CROSS COUNTRY 




First row 1-r: M. Caton, senior; R. Ferrari; G. Kuhn, 
senior; D. Silvia, senior; R. Wild, senior; R. Fry, 
senior. Second row 1-r: J. Murphy, senior; S. Conroy, 



D. Lane, A. Andrews, A. Ferrazzi. Third row 1-r: G. 
Tolonen, D. Conroy, G. Lawrence, R. Carlisle, J. Chad- 
wick, S. Rogers. 



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Fall Sports Review . . . 



I'm glad I had MY Wheaties 
this morning! 





The Voyage had ended; 

the Dream was tangible 

beneath their feet — 

a hopeful place: 

ringed by woods abundant with fowl. 

But suffering had not ended. 

They were free from the bonds 

of human persecution 

but were tossed in to the clutch 

of impassive Nature. 

The cold of snow and icy rains 

filled the footsteps of the laboring men; 

numbed their bodies 

and penetrated to pierce souls already paralyzed 

by hunger — sickness — death. 

The common suffering, escapable only to death, 

dissolved all prejudice 

and selfishness 

intrinsic in the ways of men; 

an integral part of their story 

is the sacrifices of the sick — 

one to another. 

The metamorphosis of winter came to an end 

and leaves of grass 

broke through cornfield graves 

raising hope in failing faces. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




Seated: C. Wirtzburger; D. Guarldi; J. Wager; L. Perry; 
C. Caramello, president; T. Pease, secretary-treasurer; 
J. Lane, vice-president; S. Sherman; J. Bumpus; D. Lopes; 



D. Parker. Standing: S. Keller; D. Tavares; J. Ferro; R. 
Janson; C. Brigida; B. Meyer, K. Littlefield; P. Pascoe; 
J. Leonardi; E. Brigida; B. Buckley; S. Stewart. 





The National Honor Society is made up of students who are 
outstanding in scholastic achievement, in service to the 
school, in character and in leadership. 




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1st row: Mr. Julian Demeo, advisor; G. Donelon; S. Keller, 
president; R. Girard, V. President; G. Keller, Treasurer; 
J. Furtado, Secretary; G. Kuhn. 2nd row: J. Eufrazio; L. 



Erickson; H. Gibbs; E. Erickson; L. Perry; D. Shurtleff; 
D. Santos; P. Bastoni. 3rd row: W. Stearns; C. Gray: T 
Bastoni; R. Silva; G. Kuhn; D. Lane. 



STUDENT ACTIVITIES SOCIETY 



The Student Council, advised by Mr. Julian Demeo, 
provides an outlet and platform for student expres- 
sion. It is an experience in responsibility for its mem- 
bers, a guide for extra-curricula activities, and a 
strong voice for the student body in the governing of 
its school. 




G. Keller, Treasurer; S. Keller, President; J. Furtado, 
Secretary; R. Girard, V. President. 




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BASKETBALL . . . 




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VARSITY SCOREBOARD 

P-C 72 Alumni 71 

P-C 66 Coyle 82 

P-C 40 Silver Lake 61 

P-C 52 Whitman-Hanson 28 

P-C 49 Rockland 42 

P-C 56 Wareham 44 

P-C 37 Abington 28 

P-C 54 Middleboro 45 

P-C 56 Hingham 30 

P-C 30 Silver Lake 25 

P-C 63 Whitman-Hanson 23 

P-C 63 Rockland 48 

P-C 44 Wareham 65 

P-C 53 Abington 42 

P-C 56 Middleboro 58 

P-C 77 Hingham 60 

P-C 49 Andover 42 

P-C 46 Middleboro 52 




Jerry takes the ball for P-C 




The Varsity Team, kneeling 1-r: J. Rose, A. Andrews, B. Harold Rogers, coach; D. Andrews, R. Fry, D. Griswold, 
Wild, J. Clark, W. Pinto, J. Medeiros. Standing 1-r: Mr. G. Lawrenco, D. McLean, B. Carlisle, M. Caton. 



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Get away it's mine! 



Hingham Win Qualifies 



The Plymouth-Carver Blue Eagles opened their 1965-66 
hoop season by edging a strong Alumni team 72-71. P-C 
then concluded their non-league schedule by traveling to 
Taunton where they defeated a strong class A Coyle team 
82-66. 

On January 4, P-C went to Silver Lake to begin Old Colony 
League action. Nothing seemed to go right for P-C and 
Silver Lake won 61-40. But the Blue Eagles didn't taste 
defeat for over a month for they then reeled off a nine 
game winning streak. Rockland and Silver Lake provided 
tough opposition. The strong defense, the sharp backcourt 
play of Jack Medeiros and Jerry Rose, the solid rebounding 
of Doug Griswold and Donnie McLean and the sharp shoot- 
ing of Mike Caton, all contributed to the nine straight vic- 
tories. On February 8, Wareham ended our winning streak 
with a 65-44 upset knocking the Blue Eagles into second 
place, behind the pace setting Middleboro squad. In an ac- 
tion-packed contest, Middleboro triumphed 58-56. However, 
the Blue Eagles became eligible for the Eastern Mass. Tech 
Tourney with a 77-60 win over Hingham. The Blue Eagle 
hoopsters went into the first round with a second place finish 
and a fine league record of 11 and 3. P-C also placed three 
players on the Old Colony All-Star team — Mike Caton, sen- 
ior; Jack Medeiros, senior; and Jerry Rose. 




The dribbler — Jerry 



On March 1, the P-C Blue Eagles played Andover High 
School in a preliminary tech game at Needham High School. 
The first half was very close however, Mike Caton, Jerry 
Rose and Jack Mederios led a third quarter surge putting 
P-C out in front 38-31. In the last quarter of play, the Blue 
Eagles maintained their lead and with the help of Don 
McLean's rebounding, won the game 49-42. Jerry Rose was 
high scorer with 20 points. Freshman Dave Conroy made his 
debut with the varsity and scored 4 points playing offensive- 
ly and defensively. 

Three days later, P-C played arch-rival Middleboro and 
North Quincy High School in a quarter final tourney game. 
The first half was nip and tuck with Plymouth Carver lead- 
ing 26-24 going into the third period. But the Blue Eagles 
could score but five points to Middleboro's fifteen and trailed 
after three periods 39-31. Although the Eagles never stopped 
fighting, Middleboro's lead was just too much to overcome 
and the Sachems won it 52-46. Much praise should be given 
to Coach Hank Rogers and his team. With a good part of 
the team returning next year, the P-C Blue Eagles will 
definitely be a contender in next year's tech tourney. 



Where's the ball fellas ? 



Blue Eagles For Tech Tourney 




Jerry hoops it. 



Doug has it. 





Last minute instructions before the jump. 





Where'd it go ? ? 



All alone for the score. 



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The Junior Varsity Team, kneeling 1-r: 
C. Gray, D. Conroy, B. Butters, S. Rog- 
ers, E. Krokowski. Standing 1-r: Mr. 
Henry Cryer, coach; W. Borgatti, J. 
Campbell, J. Chadwick, B. Williams, D. 
Campbell. 



Hustle And Spirit Mark Team Play 



PC 57 

P-C 47 

P-C 47 

P-C 88 

P-C 48 

P-C 54 

P-C 37 

P-C 55 

P-C 34 

P-C 55 

P-C 58 

P-C 67 

P-C 49 

P-C 42 

P-C 48 

P-C 52 

P-C 51 



JV RECORD 

Coyle 56 

Silver Lake 43 

Whitman-Hanson 21 

S. S. Vocational 39 

Rockland 40 

Wareham 28 

Abington 22 

Middleboro 37 

Hingham 30 

Silver Lake 47 

Whitman-Hanson 27 

S. S. Vocational 55 

Rockland .54 

Wareham 37 

Abington 23 

Middleboro 25 

Hingham 29 



FRESHMAN RECORD 

Although the Plymouth-Carver Freshmen did not 
enjoy a winning record, eight wins, six losses, they 
displayed excellent sportsmanship and fine poten- 
tial. Among the outstanding were center Paul Pin- 
etti and forward Mike Sirrico. With their promising 
outlook for next year, they will definitely enjoy a 
winning year. 



The Freshman Team, kneeling 1-r: M. Sir- 
rico, R. McCosh, L. Shaw, G. Gomes, K. 
Beal, N. Fontes. standing 1-r: R. Brown, R. 
Baietti, F. Barros, P. Ruozzi, P. Stearns, P. 
Pinetti, G. Tolenen, S. Corvini, Mr. Douglas 
Edwards, coach. 




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Chris takes the ball away from Silver Lake. 





P-C gets it. 




Take that ball the other way. 



Coach Rogers praises his team before the big 
game. 



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VARSITY RECORD 

P-C. .21 Alumni 15 

P-C..29 Silver Lake 13 

P-C . . 24 Whitman-Hanson . 23 

P-C . . 22 Rockland 15 

P-C . . 37 Wareham 14 

P-C. 42 Abington 17 

P-C. 46 Hingham 28 

P-C. .39 Silver Lake 30 

P-C. .31 Middleboro 33 

P-C . . 19 Whitman-Hanson . 30 

P-C. 18 Rockland 25 

P-C. 51 Wareham 15 

P-C. 21 Abington 27 

P-C . . 37 Middleboro 28 

P-C. 55 Hingham 28 

P-C . . 38 Braintree 34 

P-C . . 30 Whitman-Hanson . 37 



The Girls' Varsity Basketball Team displayed fine sports- 
manship this year by winning eleven of the sixteen games 
played. Through fine teamwork, and the shooting ability of 
Daphne Lopes, the high scorer of the team, the varsity players 
finished the season tied for third place, 
ers finished the season tied for third place. 

The Junior Varsity Team continued Plymouth's winning 
spirit by securing first place in the league. The JV's lost only 
two of the fourteen games played. 

Varsity players, Daphne Lopes and Jane Courtney, were 
selected for the all-star team this year. 

The Varsity Team reached the semi-finals in the tourney 
by beating Braintree. They lost to Whitman-Hanson, thus 
losing the chance to go to the finals. 



Varsity Captains 

Daphne Lopes and 
Nancy Kelley 





Defending the basket. 



Wendy takes the ball away. 



The Varsity Team. Kneeling 1-r: C. Lodi, B. Fernandes, S. 
Henderson, M. Pina, S. Brewster. Standing 1-r: Miss Nancy 



MacDuffee, coach; K. Pederzani, manager; W. Gomes, D. 
Lopes, L. Rose, C. Rettig, J. Courtney, B. Guerra, manager. 





The Junior Varsity Team, kneeling: 
L. Pina, C. Prussman, P. Meyer, V. 
Hathaway, C. Pina. standing: Miss 
Judith Wild, N. Darsch, B. Rettig, 
S. Robertson, J. Plante, C. Young, 
D. Fernandes. 




JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 

P-C..17 Silver Lake 2 

P-C. 9 Whitman-Hanson ..18 

P-C. .14 Rockland 9 

P-C. 24 Wareham 13 

P-C. 16 Abington 13 

P-C. 25 Hingham 11 

P-C . . 20 Silver Lake 8 

P-C. 27 Middleboro 23 

P-C. 19 Whitman-Hanson .12 

P-C. 17 Rockland 11 

P-C. 36 Wareham 14 

P-C. 17 Abington 13 

P-C . . 31 Middleboro 19 

P-C. 16 Hingham 13 



Up For the Jump 




J-V Captains Donna Fernandes and Chris 
Young 



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A gift so great 
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To under-rate 
Tribulations 
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Life be a lair 
Of fun true 
But much despair. . . 
Of responsibility 
And we must answer 
Much 
Like the legs 
Of the floating dancer 
For tho he moves 
Like shifting sand 
He remains the product 
Of a rhythmic hand 
And thus are we 
Free to do 
But held by bonds 
Of duty too 
We shall meet them tho 
And stay afloat 
And be both 
Passengers and their boat 
For self-molded 
Shall we be 
We are seniors. . . 
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




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Richard Gallagher 

Vice-President 





Robert Silva 
President 




Carol Brigida 

Secretary 



Allan Cappella 
Treasurer 





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Diane Marie Alves 

Main Street, Carver 

Di ... hopes to become a psychiatric 
social worker . . . prizes . . . her P-C 
sweatshirt . . . pizza . . . and cran- 
berry red . . . "Get em" . . . found . . . 
reading ... or dancing . . . "Oh!" . . . 
another Monday morning. 

Senior show 4; Dance Committee 3; 
Chorus 1, 4; Future Nurse's Club 
(Vice-president) 3, 4; Cashier 3, 4; 
Prom Committees 3, 4; Graduation 
Usherette 3; Spanish Club 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Dean's Council 
2, 3, 4; Librarian 4; Intramurals (bad- 
mitton, volleyball) 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4. 




Cheryl Ann Alves 

122 Billington Street, Plymouth 

"Sherry" . . . plans to zoom . . . away 
from Plymouth . . . future in IBM 
school . . . adores Pat . . . spends her 
time . . . writing letters . . . "Why 
doesn't the mail come on Sundays?" 
. . . Gee!!! . . . "Don't lose your head". 

Pep Squad 2; Graduation Usher 2; 
Drama Club 4; Typing Pool 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 




Spencer John Alves 

65 Cordage Terrace, Plymouth 

"Spit" . . . likes girls . . . and cars 
. . . understandable . . . wants to join 
the army . . . "Look out!!" . . . peeved 
by ... cars that don't go ... "Go 
where, Spit?" . . . found hanging 
around . . . North Plymouth??? . . . 
better look into it!! 



Jeffrey Joseph Alves 

21 Seaview Street, Plymouth 

"Quiet" . . . hopes to become a certi- 
fied Public Accountant . . . Good Luck, 
Jeff . . . dislikes stuck up girls . . . 
prized possession . . . his class rinq . . . 
"YUP!" 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Clarion 3, 4; Track 
3, 4; Library Assistant 4. 







Douglas Anderson 

10 State Road, Manomet 

"Get 'em" . . . says Dougie . . . "af- 
fable" . . . wants to go to trade school 
. . . likes girls . . . winsome . . . peeved 
by homework . . . "Oh, Well!!" . . . 
prized possession . . . his 12 gauge 
shotgun. » 

Library Assistant 2. 





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Dana Andrews 

227 South Pond Road, Plymouth 

'Suave" . . . carpenter in the making 
. . . likes his hat ... and a certain 
Junior girl?? . . . "smooth spoken" 
. . "Tell me another one!" . . . favo- 
rite past time ... is in the study 
i.all . . . doing what, Dana?? 

3asketball 2; Track 3, 4; Baseball 1. 



Philip Alfred Anti 

14 Clyfton Street, Plymouth 

Phil . . . plans to teach . . . "suave" 
. , . prizes his Bob Dylan albums . . . 
pet peeves . . . those trips to Con- 
necticut . . . and noisy people 
found . . . trying to play golf. 

Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Student Govern- 
ment 3; Junior Prom 3; Latin Club 
2; Spanish Club 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 
4; Dance Committee 2. 



Michael Francis Babini 

Oak Ridge, Plymouth 

Mike's goal ... is college . . . prizes 
his license . . . and girls . . . but — 
oh, that homework . . . observative . . . 
watch out for Chevy s ... oh yea!! 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Geological Society 
1; Varsity Club 3, 4; Treasurer of 
Geological Society 1. 



PLYMOUTH-CARVER HIGH SCHOOL 






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Marilyn Bagnell 

71 South Street, Plymouth 

"Angel" . . . "You're young, you'll get 
over it!" . . . likes a certain someone 
. . . B.M. . . . but not sloppy clothes 
. . . or conceited . . . active . . . prizes 
her dogs . . . but her pet peeves . . . 
her sisters! 

Clarion 2, 3, & 4; Dean's Council 2 & 
3; Cashier 3 & 4; Pep Squad 2 & 3; 
Co-Captain 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior 
Prom 4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 3 
& 4; A.F.S. 4. 



Michael John Bagnell 

71 South Street, Plymouth 

Mike . . . quiet . . . hopes to attend 
Business School . . . and study account- 
ing . . . prizes his license . . . but is 
peeved by ... walking to school . . . 
and Mr. Mondeau???? . . . Mike can 
be found . . . just hanging around 
town. 

Cross Country 2. 



Donna Lee Baker 

68 Allerton Street, Plymouth 

Donna . . . Business School bound . . . 
and then?? . . . travel . . . "you're 
young you'll get over it" . . . likes 
boys . . . and her license . . . found 
eating lobster . . . and pizza . . . "fun- 
loving" . . . dislikes slow drivers . . . 
but blue!! 

Library aide 2, & 3; Field Hockey 2; 
Pep Squad 2 & 3; Clarion Seller 3 
& 4; Bowling team 3; Intramurals 1, 
2, & 3; Pilgrim Typing Staff 4; Gov- 
ernment Day Representative 3; Secre- 
tarial Typing Pool 4. 



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Jack Edward Balonis 

Davis Street, Plymouth 

Jack . . . rambunctious ... a future 
engineer . . . 866-3807 . . . found at 
"Benny's" ... or on the road to Car- 
ver . . . "Oh, that car!!" 

Pilgrim 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 




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Cynthia Ann Bates 

Abington Avenue, White Horse Beach 

Cindy . . . "unpredictable" . . . plans 
to become a secretary . . . likes her 
cranberry sweatshirt ... "vibrant" 
. . . dislikes . . . "bossy people" . . . 
"that's close" . . . can be found . . . 
having fun , . . going places. 

Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Fifteen Cent-A- 
Week Collector 2; Library Assistant 
4; Basketball Intramurals 2, 3; Volley- 
ball Intramurals 2, 3; Badminton 
Intramurals 3; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4. 



Cynthia Anne Barrows 

Center Street, North Carver 

Birdy . . . "lighted headed" . . . gay 
and giddy . . . that's our Cyn . . . 
Plans to become a nurse . . . likes a 
certain college boy . . . um . . . dislikes 
people who don't mind their own bus- 
iness . . . "that's close" . . . past time 
. . . (yawn) sleeping! 

Dean's Council 2, 3; Pep Squad 1, 2, 
3, 4; Nurse's Club 2, 3; Drama Club 
2; Cashier 2, 3; Archery 3; Chorus 
1, 4. 



Stephen Michael Basteri 

18 Lancaster Avenue, Plymouth 





Dennis Michael Bates 

55 Allerton Street, Plymouth 

Ta-Ta . . . Friendly . . . wants to be 
a sports car rallyist . . . prizes his 
M.G. . . . ummm pizza . . . Pet Peeve 
snobbish people . . . can be found 
sleeping or working at Buttner's. 

Intramurals 2; Student Government 
Day 2 & 3; German Club 4. 



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Peter Bibeau 

242 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Pete . . . plans college . . . Air Force 
. . . likes quiet girls . . . "That's close" 
. . . pet peeve . . . unhappy people . . . 
found . . . working on cars ... or 
playing tennis . . . still looking? !? 

Band 2, 3, & 4; Baseball 2; Tennis 3. 




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Norman Bissett 

5 Winter Street, Plymouth 

Wally ... a future history major . . . 
dislikes unfriendly girls ... a golf 
natural . . . mmmm, roast beef . . . likes 
his golf clubs . . . "Ah, come on" . . . 
found reading. 

Football 2; Freshman Baseball 1; 
Tennis 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4. 





Anne Louise Bongiovanni 

3 South Cherry Street, Plymouth 

"Bongi" . . . college bound . . . selfless 
. . . congenial . . . "Oh Christmas" . . . 
peeved by ... those people who leave 
the "e" off Anne . . . "happy-go-lucky" 
. . . Drivers on Cherry St. . . . Be- 
ware! . . . Anne has a skateboard! ! ! 

Travel Club 2; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Secretary 3; Presi- 
dent 4; Pilgrim 3, 4; Clarion 4; 
A.F.S. 3, 4; Secretary 3; Lit 2, 3, 4; 
H.R. Representative 2, 4; Football 
Concession 4; Junior Prom Decoration 
Comm. 3; Freshman Year — Press 
Club — President; National Honor <So- 
ciety 4. 

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Dana Grant Blake 

46 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

"Dee" . . . and his big "studie" . . . 
dislikes partying all night . . . wonder 
where??? . . . and know it all girls 
. . . witty . . . plans college . . . hon-ee!! 

Track 1, 2; Football 1; Baseball 1; 
Student Government Day 3; Junior 
Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 
4; Intramurals 3; Chess Club 2. 



CLASS OF 1966 




Dana Mason Paul Borgatti 

19 Crescent Street, Kingston 

Dana plans to enter the service . . . 

prizes that certain ring . . . "How 

bout that" . . . dislikes work 

"suave" . . . enjoys the Citizen Band 
Radio. 






Ralph Boynton 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

Ralph looks forward to college . . . 

maybe psychology . . . wants to be 

happy . . . suave . . . "Forget it!" . . . 

dislikes . . . snobs! . . . "What, no 
steak!" . . . prized possession 

being healthy . . . congenial . . . but 
quiet. 

Football 1 & 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Paul Bratti 

8 Ocean View Ave., Plymouth 

Paul . . . plans to join the Marines 
. . . prizes his license . . . likes any- 
thing ... as long as it is black . . . 
found . . . playing pool . . . dislikes . . . 
wise kids! 



Ralph Peter Bregoli 

3 Savery's Avenue, Plymouth 

Ralph . . . Congenial . . . Hardy . . . 
mmm, pizza and tomatoes? . . . "Are 
you kidding me ?" . . . Grrr . . . Monday 
mornings . . . Headed towards college 
... or business school . . . loves those 
work sneakers . . . Happy-go-lucky. 

Student Government Day 3; Intra- 
mural Basketball 2, 3; Intramural 
Volleyball 4. 



PLYMOUTH-CARVER HIGH SCHOOL 






Alice Brewer 

378 Sandwicli Street, Plymouth 

"Hi Dutch!" ... Al ... petite . . . 
and quiet . . . plans to attend . . . 
Andover Institute of Business . . . seen 
in a Salem Sweat shirt . . . just waiting 
. . . for weekends. 

Bowling 2; Archery 3; Junior Prom 
3; Marching Girls 4. 



Linda Margaret Brewster 

291 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

1101, 1102, 1103 ... freckles ...or 
is that stock in IBM? . . . flirtatious 
smile ■ . ■ good prescription for a 
nurse . . . "Really?" . . . peaceloving 
. . . but those quarrels with her "kid" 
sister . . . happy . . . Why, Lin? 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Home Room 
Representative 3; Pep Squad 3; Junior 
Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Future 
Nurses Club 3, 4; Treasurer of Future 
Nurses Club 3; Deans Council 3; 
Latin Club 1, 2. 



Spencer Hatch Brewster, Jr. 

Sandwich Road, Plymouth 

Splint . . . My red bandanas 
z-z-z-z-z in C.A. . . . likes girls . . . 
but not smart allicky ones . . . "P.C. 
playboy" . . . prankish ... a devil in 
disguise . . . football . . . plans include 
college. 

Football 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; 
Prom Committee 2; Track 1, 2; Bowl- 
ing 1 ; SAS Representative 1. 



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Carol Ann Brigida 

8 Cooper St., Plymouth 

Vivacious . . . Oh, those marching girl 
practices ! 1 7 . . . sincere . . . "bubbly" 
plans fashion design ... a 
Singer?? . . . spends time skating, 
sewing . . . and . . . that '65 grad. 

Field Hockey 2, 3; Marching Girls 3, 
4; Latin Club 2; Graduation Usher 
3; Jr. Prom 3; Sports Club 3; Dance 
Committees 2, 3, 4; Class Sec. 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 4. 




Ellen Brigida 

11 Russell Street, Plymouth 

Ellie . . . to attend a . . . junior college 
. . . and become a medical secretary . . . 
"Buoyant" . . . likes her sunglasses 
. . . and dancing . . . dislikes a certain 
Math U class . . . "loquacious" . . . 
passes her time . . . with a certain 
'65 grad . . . just might. 

Latin Club 2-4; Math Club 3 & 4; 
Cheerleaders 2; Marching Girls 4; 
Nat'l Honor Society 4; Graduation 
Usher 3; Leader Corps 3 & 4; 
Bowling 2-4; A.F.S. 3 & 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3 & 4. 




Robert Henry Brown 

Tremont Street, Carver 

Bobby . . . helpful . . . active . . . plans 
to go to college and to get a com- 
mission in the Navy prizes his 
driver's license . . . dislikes teachers 
that give homework . . . can be found 
swimming . . . That's boss. 

Library 3, 4; Archery 3, 4; AFS 4. 



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Barbara Ann Buckley 

RFD 1 Arlington Road, Plymouth 

Barb . . . our own Katy Gibbs girl 
. . . active . . . calm . . . found walking 
on the beach . . . flirtatious . . . poised 
. . . likes blue . . . and ice hockey??? 

S.A.S. Homeroom Representative 2, 3; 
Class Representative 2, 3; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; 
A.F.S. 3, 4; Dean's Council 2, 3, 4; 
Vice President 3; President 4; Pilgrim 
3, 4; Co-Editor 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 



Rosetta Mary Budge 

15 Oak Street, Plymouth 

Kitten . . . plans marriage and a 
family . . . likes ... a certain marine 
. . . "You can be replaced" . . . pet 
peeves . . . "Splint and Van" . . . dis- 
likes the U.S.M.C. ... wonder why?? 

Dean's Council 2, 3, & 4; Lit Magazine 
3 & 4; Pep Squad 2 & 3; Fashion 
Show 4; Teenage Volunteer 3. 



Geraldine Bumpus 

Braley Lane, Plymouth 

"Gerry" . . . petite . . . sociable . . . 
plans to work . . . prizes that certain 
someone . . . passes the time writing 
. . . but hates long periods of waiting 
... "That's OK". 

Clarion 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 
2, 3; Dean's Council 3; Sports Club 
2; Intramural Bowling 3, 4; Pilgrim 
Typing Staff 4; Guidance Office 
Assistant 4; Secretarial Pool 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4. 



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Alan James Burt 

State Road, Manomet 

Alan hopes to go on to school . . . 
likes his dog and his wagoneer . . . 
"fun-loving" . . . hates being called 
Junior . . . "Oh ya!" . . . enjoys base- 
ball . . . friendly. 

Chess Club; Library Assistant; Intra- 
murals ; Clarion Staff. 




James Russell Burns, Jr. 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

J.B. . . . wants to travel to Europe 
. . . and then teach . . . Rodstonicoff! ! ! 
. . . likes roast beef . . . and intellec- 
tual people . . . "um-um-yup-ah-ah! !" 
hates opinionated women 

courteous . . . found 



friendly 
reading. 

Football 1; 
Club 4. 



Drama Club 3, 4; Debate 



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Alan Paul Cadose 

7 Castle Street, Plymouth 

Al . . . wants to fight in Vietnam . . . 
prized possession . . . Elaine 
"You're looking good" . . . dislikes . . . 
getting up in the morning . . . passes 
time . . . going out with E.D. . . . and 
dragging. 

Track 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 



Gregory Cabral 

292 Court Street, Plymouth 

Hardworking . . . but clownish 
peeved by ... LeeLee??? . . . Hopes 
to join Air Force . . . and police force 
. . . keeps busy ... in C.Y.O. . . . and 
sleeping . . . did that TV camera scare 
you, Mussa?? . . . "All Right". 

Chorus 3 & 4; Baseball 2 & 3; Drama 
3 & 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Library Assistant 2; Plymouth 
Players 3; A.F.S. 4. 





Linda Ann Cadose 

121 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

"Probing" . . . "hard working" 
Pet peeves include that teacher who 
spends all his time roaming the cor- 
ridors??? ... a loyal fan . . . straight 
forward . . . "peregrine" . . . prizes 
. . . her stero set ... plans college. 

Student Council 2; S.A.S. Representa- 
tive 3; Photography Staff Editor 3; 
French Club 4. 




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Ruth Ann Callahan 

Samoset Avenue, Manomet 

"How cute—W—e—l—ll" . . . Ruff 
. . . industrious . . . likes her tiger . . . 
rings . . . and friends . . . dislikes 
Chevys . . . penny tippers . . . and 
California girls? . . . plans include 
marriage . . . found writing letters (to 
whom?) . . . well liked. 

Office Assistant 3; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Drama Club 4. 





Kathleen Jane Canal 

Cheryl Avenue, Manomet 

"Shirley" . . . hopes to fly for T.W.A. 
... a girl with her head in the clouds 
. . . prizes T.W. . . . likes Santoro's 
subs-no onions . . . yellow . . . dislikes 
damp days . . . found working in 
Smith's . . . getting the mail 
"Coffee, tea, or milk?" 

15«i Collector 2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Dean's 
Council 3; Bowling 2, 3; Volleyball 
Intramurals 3, 4; Basketball Intra- 
murals 3; Spanish Club 4; Drama Club 
4; Senior Show 4. 





Allen David Cappella 

63 Obery Street, Plymouth 

Dave . . . friendly . . . active . . . sin- 
cere . . . "i nada de particular!" . . . 
prized possession . . . license . . . but 
. . . dislikes driving on a date . . . 
industrious. 

Clarion Sports Editor 2, 3, 4; Literary 
Magazine 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 
4; AFS 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Leader 
Corps (Chairman) 2, 3, 4; Football 
Manager 3; Class Treasurer 4; 
Pilgrim Staff 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom 4. 



Linda Ann Cappannari 

4 Bradford Street, Plymouth 

"Gino" ... "Francis!!" ... creative 
... and friendly ... "N'est-ce pas?" 
. . . just hates spiders . . . and onions 
. . . prizes her Volkswagen patch . . . 
college bound . . . found reading . . . 
or with the "guys" . . . detests people 
who can't drive. 

Library 2, 3, 4; Lit 3, 4; Clarion 
2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Bookstore 
3; Guidance Helper 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 
4; Dance Committees 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 




Cheryl Ann Carafoli 

225 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Cheryl Carafoli . . . hopes to become 
a Hairdresser . . . "I'll never tell" 
. . . likes . . . her wallet and letters 
. . . and long hair . . . Cy's pet peeves 
. . . R.R. and John . . . can be seen 
with . . . the gang . . . almost every 
where! 

Baseball 2; Pep Squad 2 & 3; Dean's 
Council 2 & 3 ; Library Staff 4 ; Senior 
Prom 4. 



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Charles Anthony Caramello 

16 Wellingsley Ave., Plymouth 

Chuck . . . "Ga-a-a-ad" . . . hopes to 
study philosophy and write . . . exist- 
entialism . . . busy . . . likes Jean Genet 
and Bob Dylan . . . peeved by dog- 
matisms . . . past time . . . "jeeping" 
. . . dried apricots, Chuck??? 

Class President 1, 2, 3; National Honor 
Society 3; President 4; Student Coun- 
cil 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
Manager 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pilgrim Staff 2; Business Manager 
3; Co-Editor 4; Honorary Rotarian 4; 
Evaluation Committee 3, 4; Boy's 
State 3; Student Government Week 
2, 3. 



Melvyn Mariano Carreira 

123 Westerly Route, Plymouth 

"Teddy Bear" . . . likes lunch 
eating pizza . . . "you got me!" . . . 
college in the future . . . passes 
present partying . . . "flirtatious". 



Michael Caton 

11 Magoni Terrace, Plymouth 

Mike . . . college bound ... or rebound 
. . . fouling on the court . . . uh-uh 
. . . Mike can't figure out people who 
hold a grudge . . . buoyant . . . "Al- 
right!" . . . Wing Ding!! 

Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 
3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Club 3, 4; Baseball 1; Vice President 
of Geological Society 2, 3; Student 
Government Representative 2, 3. 



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Alfred Cavacco 

11 Liberty Street, Plymouth 

Al ... wants to be a commercial 
advertiser . . . big . . . prizes his red 
'57 Chevy . . . can be found helping 
George D. ... "like new!" 

Junior Prom 3; Senior Show 4; Foot- 
ball 1; Talent Show 4. 



Donald Cerasuolo 

13 Fresh Pond Circle, Manomet 

Don . . . "Get out of here" . . . found 
playing or watching sports . . . plans 
to be a Phys. Ed. teacher . . . maroon?? 
. . . come on, Don . . . dislikes home- 
work . . . considerate . . . strong . . . 
prizes his license. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; 
Varsity Club. 



Geraldine Clark 

Post 'N Rail, Cedarville 

"Gerry" . . . pert . . . pretty 
sophisticated . . . hopes to be a teacher 
... or a secretary . . . adores her 
little V.W. bug ... but "buzzoink" 
... to conceited people. 

Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club; 
Drama Club; Chorus; Laker Legend; 
Clarion 4; Pep Squad 4; Senior Show 
4; Senior Prom 4. 



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John Clark 

13 Mount Pleasent Street, Plymouth 

"Sure" . . . athletic ... a prospective 
P.C. coach. . . . "blonde" . . . peeved 
by fumbles . . . and interceptions . . . 
Why not? . . . prized possession . . . 
Smokey . . . "My Cin". 

Football 3 & 4; Basketball 2, 3, & 4; 
Baseball 2, 3, & 4; Varsity Club 2, 
3, & 4; Math Club 4; Spanish Club 4. 



Christine Ann Coit 

35 Standish Court, Plymouth 

Chris . . . tall . . . friendly . . . hopes 
to become secretary . . . then marry 
. . . likes baby brother . . . but not 
fights with D.L. ... "I know it, huh?" 
. . . found dating D.L. 

Secretarial Pool 4; Senior Show 4. 



Dougie 
maker 
dislikes 
saying 



Douglas Joseph Costa 

State Road, Manomet 
. . . plans to become a cabinet 



likes green chevies 
certain people 



'Fords don't go 



i" 



that's debatable, Doug! 
Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1. 



. . but 
enjoys 
but 



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Richard Costa 

Cape Cod Avenue, Manomet 

Richie . . . intelligent . . . friendly . . . 
ambition ... to graduate from college 
. . . likes foreign cars . . . football . . . 
Mrs. Levin . . . and James Bond . . . 
in what order, Richie?? . . . peeved 
by dead batteries . . . and women 
drivers . . . can be found sleeping. 

"Our Town" 2; Cross Country 2; Latin 
Club 2. 



Rose Costa 

71 Oak St., Plymouth 

"Pickles anyone?" . . . also pizza . . . 
sophisticated . . . hopes to travel . . . 
vibrant . . . poised . . . pet peeve . . . 
math . . . why not, Rose? . . . the 
creative one . . . love that orange color. 

Marching Girls 1, 3, 4; German 4; 
Spanish 4; Latin 2; Lit. 3; Clarion 
3, 4; AFS 3, 4; Bowling; Leader Corps 
4. 



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Jean Louise Cotti 

309 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Jeannie . . . loquacious . . . college 
bound . . . "flirtacious" . . . hopes to 
become a teacher . . . likes fun loving 
people . . . prizes ... a special brace- 
let ... but hates . . . sarcastic people 
. . . Give us a "P" . . . passes time . . . 
on a bicycle built for two. 

Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain) ; 
Sports Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 
4; Latin Club 2; Pilgrim Business 
Staff 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Junior 
Prom 2; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 
4. 




Jane Courtney 

Long Pond Road, Plymouth 

"athletic" . . . "Janie" . . . good- 
natured . . . plans include travel . . . 
and U. of Miami . . . likes her license 
. . . and guitar . . . but not snobby 
■people . . . found listening to popular 
music ... or ... on the basketball 
court . . . "How 'bout that!" 

Basketball 2, 3, & 4; Softball 2. 



CLASS OF 1966 




Bruce Curtis 

Off Bartlett Road, Manomet 

Brucie . . . friendly . . . likes his car 
. . . his "skull"?? . . . and sword fish 
. . . But as to work ... on Falcons 
. . . "Forget it" . . . can be seen in 
his V.W. ... or on the geology trips 
. . . ambitious . . . electronic engineer. 



Cynthia Diane Covell 

382 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"Woo-Who" . . . another Florence 
Nightingale . . . "talkative" . . . likes 
Clytemnestra . . . pet peeve her mother 
. . . enjoys seafood . . . Chinese foods 
. . . green . . . found at Silver Lake. 

Pep Squad 2; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4. 




Stephen Darsch 

3 Mt. Pleasant Street, Plymouth 

Steve . . . hopes to be ... a wood- 

, . . m-m-m pizza . . . 

. . . his scooter . . . 

slow tourists!! . . . 

seen in Cooper's 



working teacher 
prized possession 
hates . . . those 
"That's Hairy'' 
... or 



hunting and fishing. 
Latin Club 2; 15tf a-week Collector 2 



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Robert Francis David 

7 Hamilton Street, Plymouth 

Bobby . . . "quiet" . . . sincere . . . 
thoughtful . . . plans to be an elec- 
trician . . . loves girls, cars, and 
money . . . and cold mornings! . . . 
"Are you kidding me?" 

Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 1. 





Linda Louise Day 

Plymouth Street, No. Carver 

Lin . . . wants to go to business school 
. . . treasures her license . . . hmmm, 
hot fudge sundaes . . . found riding 
through town . . . flirtacious 
happy . . . "Don't touch my neck" . . . 
"so what's new?" ... eh, Lin?? 

Latin Club 1; Dean's Council 3. 



CLASS OF 1966 




Norman Joseph Decost 

Clifford Road, Plymouth 

"All Right!!" . . . "Deko" . . . inde- 
pendant . . . prizes his freedom . . . 
Unreasonable teachers peeve him . . . 
future sees college — some kind of sci- 
ence . . . fan-loving . . . likes golf . . . 
amiable . . . "fore!" 

Cross Country 2, 3, & 4; Golf 2, 3, 
& 4; Basketball 1 & 2; Football 1; 
Latin Club 2; Volleyball 4; Student 
Government Day Representative 2 & 
3; Varsity Club 2, 3, & 4. 



Dennis deOliveira 

Fox Road, Manomet 

Dennis hopes to become a machinist 
. . . "fun-loving" . . . likes girls and 
steak . . . dislikes a certain '57 Chevy 
. . , "messed up" . . . spends his spare 
time working on a "certain" '57 Chevy. 



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John deOliveira 

Fox Road, R.F.D. 1, Plymouth 

John . . . hopes to become a teacher 
... of languages . . . "Oy Vay!!" 
friendly . . . considerate . . . mmmmmm 
macaroni . . . likes travel . . . horse- 
back?? 

Track 2; Chorus 1; Gershwyn Show 
1; Chess Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3. 




Dennis Desreuisseau 

Plymouth Rock Terrace, Plymouth 



Denny . . 
hopes to 
possession 
homework 
, . . found 

Football 4. 



. blonde . . . industrious . . . 

be a carpenter . . . prized 

. . . Betty . . . peeved by 

. . . "Are you for real?" 

playing . . . pool??? 




Walter Gerald Diaz 

150 Westerly Road, Plymouth 

Jerry . . . considerate . . . friendly . . . 
until he's called Walter . . . prizes his 
guitar . . . enjoys folk music . . . dis- 
likes immaturity . . . likes girls . . . 
C.R.?? ... offbeat!! ... intelligent 
. . . hopes for happiness and success. 

Cross Country 3, 4; Student Govern- 
ment Day 3; Track 3; Junior Prom 3; 
Clarion 4; Pilgrim 4; Varsity Club; 
Debate Club; Intramurals 4; Literary 
Magazine 4; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4. 



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Clifton Olin Doten, Jr. 

9 Chestnut St., Plymouth 

Cliff . . . easy going . . . slush-pump 
enthusiast . . . likes girls . . . and 
records . . . but is peeved by snobs 
. . . and getting up ... "Good Lord, 
Man" . . . U.S.M.C. . . . watch out. 

Band 2, 3, 4. 



Michael Joseph Dries 

6 Ropewalk Court, Plymouth 

"Changed" . . . may be found studying 
... food??? or ... Pat? ... "Oh Ya" 
. . . hates getting up ... the Marines 
should . . . cure that!!! 



William Dries 

20 Standish Court, Plymouth 

Bill ... a future teacher . . . May be 
at P-C? . . . dislikes Math . . . "you 
rang" . . . our enthusiastic drummer 
. . . "Loquacious" ... a history fiend 
. . . enjoys reading . . . spagetti . . . 
also red? 

Latin Club 2; Band 2, 3, & 4; Student 
Gov. Day 3; Pilgrim 4; Spanish Club 
4. 












Wayne Ernest Dunham 

Tremont Street, Carver 

"That's all there is" ... a future 
Marine . . . likes Chevys . . . pizza 
. . . blue . . . red . . . dislikes Fords 
. . . homework . . . favorite pastime 
. . . carpentering and mechanics. 



Elaine Frances Dunlap 

27 % Off Fremont Street, Plymouth 
That vivacious red head!! ... a future 



hairdresser 

B.R.'s hair 

. . . found 

or in a black coupe 

Elaine?? 



would prefer to do 

maybe . . . amiable 

playing password . . . 

doing what, 



Bowling 2; Intramurals 2; Pep Squad 
3; Dance Committees 3; Junior Prom 
3; Pilgrim 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom 4. 



Keith Dunlap 

6 Mayflower Street, Plymouth 

Keith . . . different . . . artistic . . . 
to make a lot of MONEY . . . likes 
Wonder Wart-Hog and science fiction 
. . . seen with Jack. 



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John Thomas Durkin, III 

8 North Park Avenue, Plymouth 

Jack . . . wants to be rich and famous 
. . . the quick way . . . talented . . . 
dextrous . . . pet peeve . . . supercil- 
ious teachers . . . "watch the hands" 
. . . likes the trampoline . . . and gym- 
nastics . . . witty. 

Latin Club 2; Intramural 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Gov. Day Rep. 3; Quiz Bowl 2; 
Debating Club 4; Math Club 3; News- 
paper 2, 3; Biology 2; Chemistry 3. 



Donna Leah Edwards 

109 Forest Avenue Extension, 
Plymouth 

Donna . . . sedate . . . hopes to attend 
IBM school . . . and then get married 
. . . likes popular music . . . stereo . . . 
but is peeved by "people who think 
they are something" . . . mmmm baked 
stuffed lobster . . . orchid . . . passes 
time listening to records. 

Field Hockey 2; Dean's Council 3; 
Office Helper 3; Pep Squad 3, 4; 
Drama Club 3, 4. 



Anne Victoria Engstrom 

Forges Green, Sandwich Road, 
Plymouth 

Anne . . . effervescent . . . always on 
the go ... prizes her Bentley sticker 
fun-loving . . . can be found 
bombing around in the "Saab". 

Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 1, 
2, 3, 4; Lit 3, 4; Field Hockey 3; 
Marching Girls 1; French Club 3, 4; 
Bowling League 2, 3, 4; Dean's 
Council 3; Clarion 2; Senior Show 4; 
Sports Club 3. 



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Ernestine Mary Enos 

4 Ms Castle Street, Plymouth 

Ernie . . . whimsical ... to attend 
Wilfred Academy . . . after gradua- 
tion, natch . . . stylish . . . prizes . . . 
a Pilgrim??? . . . "what class" . . . 
witty . . . dislikes . . . inconsiderate 
people . . . passes time . . . talking. 

Pep Squad 2, 3; Bowling 3, 4; Clarion 
3, 4; Dance Committee 3; Drama 3, 4; 
Sport Club 3; Pilgrim 4; Senior Prom 
4; Senior Show 4; Dean's Council 2, 
3; Photography Staff 3; Guidance 
Help 3; Fashion Show 2. 

CLASS OF 1966 




Lois Ann Erickson 

Meadow Street, South Carver 

"Lois" . . . quiet ... a future nurse 
. . . prizes her "educated nut" . . . dis- 
likes homework . . . likes spaghetti . . . 
green ... pet peeve: rude people ... 
found reading . . . oil painting . . . 
"cheery!" 

Leader Corps 3, 4; Student Councilor 
4; Junior Prom 3; Latin Club 2; 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4. 



Ann Estella Erickson 

Lakeview Street, South Carver 

Annie . . . pleasant . . . sweet natured 
prizes her driver's license . . . 
color her pink . . . always smiling . . . 
spends her time reading . . . the 
future?? . . . m,aybe business school. 

Pep Squad 1, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Clarion 3; 
Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4. 



Glenya Ruthe Erickson 

Church Street, South Carver 

"Glen" . . . vivacious . . . hopes to 
make someone happy . . . plans include 
IBM school . . . likes English Leather 
. . . LONG nights . . . her license . . . 
dislikes ringos — shallow people . . . en- 
joys fried clams . . . blue . . . "loqua- 
cious" . . . that little black book . . . 
found reading . . . talking . . . surfing 
. . . making friends. 

Jr. National Honor Society 1 ; Clarion 
2; Advertising Manager 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 3; Drama Club 3; Library 
Assistant 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Lit 
3, 4; Typist's Pool 4; Dance Com- 
mittees 2, 3, 4; "Our Town" Back- 
stage Crew 2; Pilgrim Business Staff 
3; Pilgrim Business Manager 4; Senior 
Show 4; Senior Prom 4; Senior Con- 
cession Stand 4; Women's Club Rep- 
resentative 4. 




John Russell Eufrazio 

24 Castle Street, Plymouth 

Rusty . . . hard-working . . . sociable 
... "/ can do it" . . . prizes a little 
horn . . . loves pizza . . . pet peeve 
. . . that girl . . . wants to be a soldier 
Fighting in Viet Nam . . . spends his 
time thinking . . . What, Rusty? 

Prom 3; S.A.S. 3 & 4: Track 2 & 3; 
Cross Country 2; A.F.S. 4. 






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Heikki Fager 

Center Street, North Carver 

college-bound . . . quiet ... "I don't 
care" . . . prizes his Ford . . . dislikes 
small brothers and sisters . . . likes 
red . . . pizzas and steak . . . found 
listening to games . . . pensive. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4. 





Patricia Ann Ferioli 

3 Murray Street, Plymouth 

"Be good" . . . Patti . . . likes her 
REAL friends . . . and "Inky" . . . 
pizza . . . and just living! . . . plans 
to attend college . . . and then . . . 
travel . . . petite . . . bubbly . . . dis- 
likes ijisincerity . 

Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; 
Senior Prom 4; Student Government 
Day 3; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Show 4; Bowling 2; Junior Prom 
3; Pilgrim 4; French Club 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Dean's Council 2; March- 
ing Girls 3, 4; Prom Usher 2; Drama 
Club 4; Girl's Rep. 3. 





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Patricia Ann Ferris 

16 Chilton Street, Plymouth 

Patti . . . blithe . . . smiling . . . cheery 
. . . prizes her friendships . . . spends 
her time finding a solution . . . (for 
what???) . . . likes root beer . . . dis- 
likes people vjho don't mind their own 
business . . . xvants to marry . . . and 
live happily. 

Dean's Council 2, 3; Future Nurses 
Club 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; Pilgrim 3, 
4; Dance Committee 3; Senior Prom 4; 
Senior Show 4; AFS 4; Senior Con- 
cession 4. 



Robert Allan Ferrari 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

Bob . . . hopes to work in construction 
grrr . . . walking home from 
practice . . . cross country star . . . 
"Gotta clean my guns" . . . handsome 
and unruffled . . . hmmm, spaghetti 
. . . seen driving his '56 Chevy. 

Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Varsity 
Club 3, 4; Intramurals 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 





Joseph Adelino Ferro 

16 Prince St., Plymouth 

Joe . . . reserved . . . intellectual . . . 
"What d'ya mean?" . . . future in 
teaching . . . prizes his record collec- 
tion . . . but not shaving ... so what's 
wrong with beards?? 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3; Junior 
Prom 3; SAS Homeroom Delegate 2; 
Student Government Day 3 ; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3. 



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John Russell Fillebrown 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

Quiet . . . college bound . . . industri- 
ous . . . sedate . . . prized possession 
. . . his car . . . pass time . . . sleeping 
. . . but not in school, John!! 

Student Government Day 3. 




Lisa Diane Ford 

Green Street, North Carver 

"Blondie" . . . pert "Hi ya, Twerp!" 
. . . our own music teacher . . . prizes 
her topaz ring . . . jubilant . . . dis- 
likes slow cars . . . likes spaghetti . . . 
purple . . . found motorcycle riding 
. . . good luck! 

Press Club 2; Drama Club 2; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 2; Field 
Hockey; Cashier 4. 




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April Marie Fox 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

April . . . saucy . . . "miniature" . . . 
plans to work or go to hairdressing 
school . . . likes a certain senior . . . 
loves to have fun . . . Help, are you 
for real?" 

Pep Squad 3; Typist Pool 4; Dean's 
Council 3; Dance Committees 2, 3; 
Senior Show 4. 



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Barbara Ann Franz 

Main Street, Carver 

"You Fink" . . . Barb . . . sedate . . . 
Barb dreams of a happy home . . . dis- 
likes homework . . . likes Chinese food 
. . . found going out . . . "aloof". 

Dean's Council; Pep Squad; Driver 
Ed. 




Pamela Marie Fraser 

60 Pleasent Street, Plymouth 

Pam . . . friendly . . . courteous . . . 
wants to be a hairdresser . . . likes 
a certain Fox . . . "Be Good" . . . dis- 
likes loud people . . . can be found 
with Harry. 

Softball 2; Pep Squad 3; Senior Show 
4; Intramurals. 




Donald Freitas 

22 Forest Ave. Ct., Plymouth 

Donny ... (or Ishca) ... likes his 
'57 . . . and having a good time . . . 
"Ya gotta knoiv what you're doing" 

amiable . . . mmm, pizza 
HUH!! . . . What do ya mean I gotta 
shave first??? 



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Ellen Thomas Fry 

Jordan Road, Plymouth 

Ellie . . . found driving a FORD . . . 
with the twins ... of course! ! . . . 
impish . . . Junior college bound . . . 
"Oh Yea!" . . . dislikes . . . certain 
conceited people . . . sociable . . . likes 
sailing . . . and. swimming. 

Pilgrim 3, 4; Marching Girls 3, 4; 
Clarion 2; Pep Squad 2; Bowling 2; 
Junior Prom 3; Graduation Usher 2, 
3: Latin Club 2. 



Richard Fry 

25 Stafford Street, Plymouth 

Dickie . . . active ... in sports, that 
is ... found driving ... a 'i9 Ford 
. . . but not in Rockland! ! . . . plans 
to attend college . . . "no hat Dick??" 
. . . run to college?? 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 
3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; SAS Homeroom 
Representative 3; Student Government 
Day 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Boys 
Sport Staff 3. 



Thomas John Fugazzi 

299 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Tommy . . . suave . . . ambition . . . to 
go to Alaska '. . . likes include . . . 
his Scout . . . but his pet peeve . . . 
marriage . . . "Al-right" . . . passes 
time hunting ... or hanging around 
the fire station. 

Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior 

Show 4. 



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David Furtado 

5 Cordage Street, Plymouth 

Da,ve . . . wants to be ... a barber 
. . . happy . . . loves money . . . but 
dislikes spending it ... "Are you 
kidding me!!" . . . good athlete . . . 
"Flash" . . . can be seen where the 
high school sports are ... or ... shh! 
. . . sleeping. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 2; Track 2; Cross Country 2; 
Varsity Club. 



Jean Furtado 

37 Cherry Street, Plymouth 
Jeanie . . . dislikes little brothers . . . 
found driving the comet or with Anne 
. . . watch that temper Jean! 
Hopes to become a teacher ... of 
English . . . has such a soft voice 
... in school! . . . prizes a certain 
charm. 

Student Council 2, 3, & 4; Secretary 
2, 3, & 4; Latin Club 2; Press Club 
1; Marching girls 1 & 4; Pilgrim 
Business Staff 3 & 4; Editor 4; 
Spanish Club 4; Drama Club 4; Pep 
Squad 3; Junior Prom Decoration 
Committee 3; Senior Prom Decoration 
Committee 4; Senior Show 4; Dance 
Committee 1, 2, 3, & 4; Graduation 
JJsher 3; A.F.S. 4; Lit Staff 4. 

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Maureen Mae Furtado 

22 Bayview Avenue, Plymouth 

Mo . . . "Sure don't taste like tomato 
juice!! . . . likes her big sister . . . 
her friends are the greatest . . . "Hey, 
tut . . . what ya been doing?" . . . 
she'll be in art school next year . . . 
vibrant . . . and gay . . . "Those poor 
unhappy people!" 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 2, 
3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Photography 
Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Dean's Council 3, 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Art Staff 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 




Richard Anthony Furtado 

7 Cordage Street, Plymouth 

"Casual" ... * plans include trade 
school . . . "Wanna bet?" . . . prizes 
his 58 Ford . . . dislikes getting up 
in the morning . . . likes spaghetti and 
. . . blue . . . found hanging around 
around . . . "good natured". 

Basketball 2; Football 3. 



CLASS OF 1966 




Richard Gomes 

54 Plymouth Street, Carver 

Dickie Joe . . . plans to enter the 
service . . . likes basketball . . . and 
girls??? . . . but not at study hall . . . 
"That's what I said!" . . . can be found 
. . . watching TV ... or listening to 
records. 

Cross Country 2; Basketball 2; Foot- 
ball Manager 2; Baseball Manager 2. 



Richard Russell Gallagher 

221 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"Gal" . . . considerate . . . active . . . 
ambition ... to live indefinitely . . . 
mmm C.V. ... pass time ??? ... busy 
. . . dependable . . . pet peeve . . . Clap 
hand Charlie's. 

Class Vice President 2, 3, 4; Football 
1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Pilgrim 3, 4; 
Class Ring Committee 3; American 
Field Service 3, 4; Latin Club 2; 
Varsity Club 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; 
Senior Show 4; Student Government 
Day Representative 2, 3; Senior Prom 
4. 



Edward Randal Gibbs 

1 Wadsworth Road, Buzzards Bay 

Eddie . . . hopes to become a book- 
keeper . . . hates conceited people . . . 
casual . . . easygoing . . . flirtatious 
. . . hates that long drive to Weymouth 
. . . "Ya really know how to hurt a 
guy, doncha???" . . . prizes his grad- 
uation picture of Mimi . . . and likes 
Mr. and Mrs. Guauduau . . . ahhh . . . 
submarine sandwiches. 

Freshman-football; Supperdance Dec- 
oration Committee 1; 15<f a week Col- 
lector 2. 




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Jeanne Marie Gould 

13 Davis Street, Plymouth 



"pixie-ish" . . . mischie- 
seen with John and the 
from Sweetheart to Jay's 
. . . those CERTAIN Manomet resi- 
dents . . . likes parties, silver blue, 
and "oldies but goodies" . . . ambition 
... to be a junior clerk typist . . . 
and go to Hawaii . . . ah-ta-ta. 

Basketball; Pep Squad; Clarion Typ- 
ing Staff; Bowling; Talent Show; 
Junior Prom Decorating Committee. 




Douglas Lewis Govoni 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

Doug . . . serious . . . taciturn . . . 
hopes to own a Porsche someday . . . 
likes foreign cars, food, and the color 
blue . . . dislikes American cars . . . 
"The Word". 






Robert Govoni 

2 Off Cherry Court, Plymouth 

"Hardy" . . . hopes to attend an IBM 
Data Processing School . . . "genial" 
. . . likes girls . . . and cars . . . "are 
you for real!" . . . dislikes stuck-up 
people . . . pastime . . . Questionable!" 

Senior Show 4. 



Gerald Grenell 

3 Town Street, Plymouth 

Jerry . . . friendly . . . prizes his 
license . . . but nothing peeves him . . . 
Al-right . . . likes steak . . . red . . . 
basketball . . . especially when playing 
. . . Edgartown?? 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4. 



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Georgia-Mae Griffin 

Wenham Road, Carver 

Assured . . . confident . . . likes . . . 
"that certain someone" . . . Hey, 
Georgia ... a future nurse . . . likes 
. . . blue . . . and painting ! ! 

Typing 3 & 4; Pep Squad 3. 




Donna Marie Guaraldi 

10 Marjorie Street, Plymouth 

petite . . ■ "really" . . . future teacher 
. . . dislikes late people . . . but likes 
her neice . . . and blue . . . and lobster 
. . . found teaching Sunday school . . . 
or with Bobby?!? . . . friendly. 

Marching Girls 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 
4; Leader Corps 2, 3, 4 (Sec); Book- 
store 3, Manager 4; Prom Committee 
3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Senior 
Statistics 4; Office Assistant 4; 
Senior Show 4; Concession Basko+ball 
Stand 3; Honor Society 4; Future 
Teachers Association 4. 



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Beverly Ann Guerra 

5 Nelson Street, Plymouth 

Demur . . . Bev . . . "Really — no kid- 
den?" . . . prizes that special ring . . . 
plans to be a traveling secretary . . . 
dislikes late-comers . . . likes black 
olives and pizza . . . green . . . found 
eating? . . . You're kidding!! . . . care- 
free. 

Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball Man- 
ager 3, 4; Prom Decoration Committee 
3; Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim Typing 
Staff 4: Bookstore 4. 



Robert Hamilton Haigh 

47 Union Street, Plymouth 

"Bobby" . . . "Win some, lose some!" 
. . . "friendly" ... a future marine 
biologist . . . prizes his surfboard . . . 
"nice" . . . found surfing . . . sailing 
. . . diving . . . dislikes noisy places 
. . . pet peeve . . . homeroom teacher 
. . . likes people and cool places . . . 
blue . . . lobster. 

Latin Club 2; French Club 2; Chess 
Club 2; Future Teachers Club 4; 
Senior Show 4. 



Dorothy Marie Hall 

6 Standish Court, Plymouth 

Tipper . . . vivacious . . . ambition . . . 
a secret!! . . . likes David and her 
8-ball . . . and spending money . . . 
{someone else's) . . . pet peeve 
Whitley ... F. B. ... "Oh, Ginny, you 
don't know!" . . . Cambridge-ick ! ! 

Pep Squad 2, 3; Library Staff 2; 
Bowling 2; Home Room Representa- 
tive 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Junior Prom 
3; Senior Prom 4; Travel Club 2; 
Drama Club 4; Clarion Typing Mana- 
ger 3, 4; Dean's Council 2, 3. 



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Gregory Scott Hall 

Rocky Hill Road, Plymouth 

Greg . . . plans to major in science 
. . . prizes his hunting equipment and 
likes those early dismissals 
"Quiet" . . . dislikes excessive home- 
work . . . "Don't bet on it" . . . enjoys 
hunting and working in the woods. 

Debating Club 4. 



Theodore Walter Halunen 

Church St., So. Carver 

Teddy . . . hopes to enter field of 
forestry . . . gym . . . some teachers! ! ! 
. . . "Don't sweat it" . . . talkative . . . 
Oh boy! . . . it's Friday . . . likes the 
outdoors . . . and hunting . . . mmm, 
steak. 

Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Linda Ann Hammer 

75 Samoset Street, Plymouth 

Linda . . . "red" . . . plans to become 
a school teacher . . . dislikes a dry 
typewriter ribbon . . . can be found 
doing her English homework 
"Don't get wise." 

Pep Squad 3; Dean's Council 3; French 
Club 4. 



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Wayne Allen Hannula 

Rochester Road, South Carver 

Wayne . . . quiet . . . likes blue . . . 
CATCHER IN THE RYE . . . hockey 
. . . Elaine? . . . "Thanks a lot" . . . 
iislikes women drivers . . . prizes pos- 
session . . . his "61" . . . Ford . . . 
vhere'd he go? 



Paul Edon Hansen 

Beaver Dam Road, Plymouth 

Paul . . . industrious . . . mechanical 
. . . intends to join the Navy . . . prizes 
. . . "my car" . . . but is peeved by 

6th period English class 
mmmm pizza . . . enjoys football . . . 
and fishing. 



Elaine Lempi Harju 

France Street, West Carver 

Elaine . . . "scintillating" . . . "Silly 
Rabbit, tricks are for kids!!" 
found talking on the phone ... if 
she's not up . . . in the air . . . future 
airline stewardess . . . dislikes . . . 
certain . . . blonde female . . . prizes 
her class ring , . . likes cranberry red 
. . . and pizza. 

Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Dean's Council 
3; Office Assistant 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 



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Dana Harriman 

Plymouth St,, No. Carver 

Dobie" . . . hopes to become a con- 
ervation officer . . . from P-C to 
'arver ... in eight minutes??? likes 
teak . . . and his '56 Olds 
Chevies don't go . . . found . . . at the 
tation". 



John Harris, Jr. 

171 Jordan Road, Plymouth 

"Give 'em WHAT FOR" in that checker 
game or even tennis . . . Watch out! 
. . . He's drawing a dryer for the 
trays in the cafeteria . . . will train 
for drafting. 

Pilgrim Art Staff 2, 3, 4; Art Co- 
Editor 4. 



Leonard Harris 

26 Murray Street, Plymouth 

Prizes his license . . . but dislikes 
"walking" ... all because he says . . . 
"Chevies don't go!" . . . likes to play 
pool . . . plans to join the Navy! . . . 
Leonard? 

Intramural Football 4. 



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Virginia Alden Hathaway 

11 Oak Street, Plymouth 

Ginnie . . . wants to teach . . . Phys. 
Ed. . . . likes walking in the rain . . . 
and . . . chocolate-chip pancakes . . . 
and . . . Herb . . . "Forget it" . . . 
treasures her books and her friend- 
ships . . . babysits . . . hates loud 
people. 

Chorus 2, 3, & 4; Dean's Council 2; 
Library Aide 2, 3, & 4; Drama Club 
2, 3; Plymouth Players 2, 3; Field 
Hockey Manager 4; Home Room Rep- 
resentative 4. 




Richard Hathaway 

Clifford Road, Plymouth 

Rich . . . hopes to join the Navy . . . 
prizes his 1931 Ford . . . but stuck 
up girls peeve him . . . mmmm venison 
. . . likes football . . . passes time . . . 
hunting. 



Linda Anne Hayes 

Carver Road, Carver 

Poised . . . subdued . . . but not with 
Jerry . . . Hates "Show-offs" . . . and 
conceited people . . . plans secretarial 
work ... or marriage??? . . . found 
with J. S. ... of course!!! 

Dean's Council 3; Pep Squad 3; Intra- 
murals 4; Senior Prom 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 






Patricia Ann Hayes 

State Road, Manomet 

Patty . . . quiet . . . prizes her stereo 
. . . likes H.H. . . . but not conceited 
people . . . industrious . . . "That's 
close" . . . Hopes to go to IBM school 
. . . and then . . . marriage??? 

Field Hockey 2; Sports Club 2; Intra- 
murals 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom 4; I.B.M. 
Pool 4. 



Richard Allen Hitchcock 

16 Wareham Street, Carver 

Dick . . . wants to be a carpenter . . . 
or draftsman . . . amiable . . . Grrr, 
that homeroom teacher! . . . prized 
possession . . . his future license? . . . 
caught a U lb. bass . . . but just missed 
a pheasant . . . Darn! 




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Diane Houston 



7 Plymouth Street 



"Loquacious" 
tive nurse . . 

prized 
friendship 
.. . found?? 

Drama Club 
Pilgrim 4 ; 



. . . "Di" . . 
"Get em" 
possession 
ummmm, 



a prospec- 

. . . friendly 

. . . S.K.'s 

roast beef 



3 & 4; French Club 3; 
Debate 4; Assistant 
Librarian 4; Softball; Future Nurses 
Club Vice President 4. 





Robert Janson 

Old Sandwich Road, Ellisville 

"Bob" . . . Our co-captain . . . "Oh, 
those football practices!" . . . witty 
. . . athletic . . . seen on his scooter 

anywhere . . . everywhere 
"blonde". 

Varsity Football 3, 4; Junior Varsity 
Football 2; Track 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 3, 4; National Honor Society 4. 





George Nelson Jeddry, Jr. 

4 Fremont St., Plymouth 

George . . . ambition ... to work . . . 
and be successful . . . natch!! 
prizes his drivers license . . . likes 
blue . . . and car racing. 



Roger Theodore Janson 

Old Sandwich Road, Ellisville 

Rog . . . "Finnish" . . . future 
uncertain — surely successful 
prizes portable radio . . . "tall" . . . 
always saying . . . "peachy" ... to 
friends . . . "poised". 

Track 2, 3, 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 




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Charlotte Jesse 

20 Oak Street, Plymouth 

"Loquacious" . . . those telephone calls 
. . . from B.H.? . . . ambition ... to 
be cosmetologist . . . and marry . . . 
"don't sweat it" . . . likes pizza . . . 
bowling . . . seen with teeny boppers. 

15^- a-week Collector 2; Student Gov- 
ernment Day 2, 3; Newspaper Staff 
2; Bowling 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Pep 
Squad 2 ; Junior Prom 3 ; Senior Prom 
4; Talent Show 3; Dean's Council 3; 
Graduation Usher 3; Intramurals 3; 
Typist Pool 4; Dance Committee 2, 3. 



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Kim Karlin 

Manomet Avenue, Manomet 

Kim . . . petite . . . prizes her driver's 
license . . . talented . . . hopes to be an 
art teacher . . . athletic . . . industri- 
ous . . . friendly . . . Kim hates those 
short weekends. 

Pep Squad 2; Dean's Council 3; Junior 
Prom 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Clarion 
Staff 4; Literary Magazine Staff 4; 
Future Teachers Club 4; Women's 
Club Meeting 4. 



Pauline Ann Keller 

156 Vz Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Athletic 
grief" ... is 
more fun???? 

sleeping 
passes time . . 



Robert Keller 

156% Sandwich Street, Plymouth 



"don't give me any 
it true blondes have 
. . . likes hamburgers 

and Eddie?? 
on the telephone. 



Softball 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Bowling 
2; Drama Club 4; Senior Prom 4; 
Senior Show 4. 



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Sheldon Carl Keller 

Rochester Road, South Carver 

Shel . . . "Yes, Sir" . . . successful . . . 
courteous . . . intelligent . . . hopes to 
work with and for others . . . prizes 
his ice skates . . . "Great Scott" . . . 
peeved by people who argue over 
trivialities . . . passes time 
playing ice hockey . . . "Ya gotta be 
kidding !" 

Band 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2; Math Club 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Student 
Council President 4; French Club 4; 
Intramurals 3, 4. 



Nancy Marie Kelley 

River Street, Plymouth 

French fries dipped in ice cream?? 
. . . "Oh, No!" . . . Nance . . . athletics 
. . . likes her V.W. . . . but not Fox's 

basketball . . . independent 
found sleeping . . . hopes to attend 
U. Mass. . . . and be . . . "an educated 
bum!" 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; 
Spanish Club 4; Drama Club 4; Soft- 
ball 2; Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2; Senior Show 4. 



Sandra Felicia Kendall 



Fair 

Sandy . . . 
prizes her 
and blue . 
mind their 
some lucky 



Oaks Pond, Manomet 
gay . . . light-hearted 



peai-l ring . . . pizza . . . 
. dislikes people who can't 
own business . . . will be 
boss' secretary. 

Leader Corps 3, 4; Latin Club 2; 
Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; A.F.S. 
4; Pilgrim 4. 



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Alfred Leland Knight 

Braley Lane, Plymouth 

Al ... hopes to be successful . . . and 
to enjoy life . . . the army is in the 
near future . . . "shy" . . . dislikes 
school . . . but likes sports and just 
fooling around . . . "Oh, Yeah". 

Baseball 2, 3; Football 2; Intramurals; 
National Honor Society 4. 



Hansjoerg Kuhn 

Warren Avenue, Plymouth 

George . . . cheerful . . . poised . . . 
likes girls, mountain climbing, and 
Sioiss cheese . . . plans to be a mush- 
room grower . . . hates getting up on 
Monday mornings . . . "Well!" 

Cross Country 4; AFS 4; Student 
Council 4; Homeroom Representative 
4. 



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Jeffrey Michael Lane 

17 Alvin Road, Plymouth 

Jeff . . . "You're wrong!!!" 

stubborn . . . plans college and travel 
. . . prizes ... his memories . . . found 
... on the Mayflower . . . or in Ellis- 

ville ...is peeved by homework ... 

passes time hunting . . . and . . . 

Baseball 1; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 
4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; 
Senior Show 4; Student Government 
— Urban Renewal Authority; Math 
Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, President, 
2, 3, 4; Geology Club 4; Pilgrim 4; 
Archery Club 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 4, V-President 3, 4; Graduation 
Usher 3; Chemical Lab Assistant 3. 



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Margaret Ann Ledo 

18 Gould Road, Plymouth 

Peg . . . petite . . . friendly . . . passes 
the time writing to her Army guy . . . 
likes Junior . . . dislikes waiting for 
people . . . plans to attend a business 
school . . . "You wish it!" 

Bowling 2; Pep Squad 2; Junior Prom 
3 ; Secretarial Pool 4 ; Pilgrim Typing 
Staff 4; Guidance Office Assistant 
4; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4. 



Jane Norine Leonardi 

24 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

Janie . . . intelligent . . . hopes to be 
a teacher . . . and live in Paris . . . 
"Que vous etes mechant!" . . . but not 
in Saquish! . . . Janie' s peeved by 
school . . . and getting up early . . . 
can be found . . . reading? 

Honor Society 3 & 4; Latin Club 2, 
3, & 4; French Club 3 & 4; Travel 
Club 2; Home Room Representative 
2; A.F.S. 3 & 4; Pilgrim 4; Clarion 
2, 3, & 4- Drama Club 4; Dance Com- 
mittee. 



Jean Ann Leonardi 

4 Phoenix Court, Plymouth 

Jeannie . . . petite . . . "Just forget it" 

what? . . . college bound 
friendly . . . talkative . . . cute . . . 
memories of P.C.H.S. . . . peanut but- 
ter . . . don't forget those cliches!!! 

AFS Club 3, 4; Marching Girls 3, 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committees 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Future Teacher's Club 4. 



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Sandra Lewis 

River Street, Chiltonville 

Smiley . . . "You're kidding" 
"Sandy" . . . plans to travel on Route 
66 ... prizes her charm bracelet . . . 
impetuous . . . dislikes waiting 
likes pizza . . . yellow . . . found hav- 
ing fun with the kids . . . or Walking. 

Dean's Council 2 & 3; Cashier 3 & 4; 
Clarion Typist 3; Pep Squad 2; 
Fashion Show 2. 




Teresa LeVangie 

Off Billington Street, Plymouth 

Teresa . . . cute . . . sophisticated . . . 
fun loving . . . plans to attend IBM 
school . . . adores her "certain some- 
one" . . . and having fun . . . likes bas- 



but is peeved by 
"Well, Getum!!" 



ketball games 
conceited people 

Junior Prom 3; Typing Pool 4; Pep 
Squad 2. 



!LASS OF 1966 



Karen Jean Littlefield 

15 Russell Avenue, Plymouth 

Karen . . . reliable . . . generous . . . 
prizes her charm bracelet . . . likes 
weekend homework . . . (That's close!) 
. . . spends her time talking ... on 
the phone ... to whom?? . . . hopes 
to be a medical student. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Lab Assistant 3; Cashier 
3, 4; Sports Club 3; Bowling 2, 3; 
Softball 2; National Honor Society 4. 





Daphne Elizabeth Lopes 

84 Hines Ave., North Carver 

Daff . . . athletic . . . likes dancing 
... (in Onset)?? ... prizes ... her 
friendship . . . with some one special 
... "I wish I would" . . . hopes to 
be an accountant ... or air line 
stewardess!! ! 

Drama Club 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; 
Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Sports Club Sec- 
retary 2; Dean's Council 2, 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball Co-Captain 3, 4; Sports Staff 
4; Senior Prom 4; National Honor 
Society 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 







Gladys Marie LoVerde 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

"Ya know what?" . . . Gladys 
meticulous . . . talented . . . future 
commercial artist . . . prizes her cat 
and a certain "tiki" . . . conscientious 
. . . dislikes her short hair . . . "Cheer 
up, It'll grow!!" 

Clarion Staff 3, 4; Lit 4; Pilgrim 
Staff 2, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Cashier 

2, 3, 4; Dean's Council 3; Drama Club 

3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Dance Com- 
mittees 2, 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior 
Show 4; Volleyball Intramurals 2; 
A.F.S. 4; "Pygmalion" Makeup Staff 
3; Clarion Advertisement Manager 
4; Debate Club 4; Future Teacher's 
Club. 




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Melissa Diane Lynn 

2 Birch Avenue, Plymouth 

Lissa . . . "forget it" . . . "collegiate" 
. . . remember "Sweetheart" . . . and 
the teeny boppers . . . but not those 
fights . . . found at Jay's . . . eating 
Jose's cheeseburgers?? 
Latin Club 1; Bowling 1; Pep Squad 
1, 2, 3; 15<j: week Collector 1; Junior 
Prom Ticket Committee Chairman 3; 
Business Staff 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; 
Basketball Concession 2; Senior Show 
4; Senior Prom 4. 





Paula Maye Maccaferri 

37 Pleasant Street, Plymouth 

Paula, . . . straightforward . . . prizes 
her dog, Marty . . . "Hiya!!" 
artistic . . . art school in the future 
. . . likes Chinese food . . . friendly. 

Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior 
Show 4; French Club 3, 4; Marching 
Girls 3, 4; Clarion 4; Lab Assistant 
4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; SAS Homeroom 
Rep. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Robert Paul Maccaferri 

17 Clyfton Street, Plymouth 

"Bob" . . . plans to join the army . . . 
"slapstick" . . . prizes his health . . . 
dislikes "gettin outa bed" . . . likes 
pizza . . . green . . . found reading . . . 
"cunning". 

Track 3, 4; Football 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 





Kenneth Anthony Magno 

62 Cherry St., Plymouth 

Kenny . . . friendly . . . likes all 
Italian food . . . his "51" Mercury . . . 
and money {who doesn't) . . . But 
U. S. History class . . . aagghh! ! ! 
. . . hopes to become an auto mechanic 
. . . "Ford go! Chevies no!" 



Robert Vincent Mahoney 

Box 477, Cedar Bushes, Manomet 

Bobby . . . active . . . plans to go to 
a business college and to work in his 
father's business . . . prizes his license 
and his light blue convertible . . . dis- 
likes staying after school and rude 
girls . . . can be found anywhere and 
everywhere. 



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Linda Anne Maki 

Wenham Street, Carver 

Lin . . . likes ... "a certain guy" 
. . . always on the go, go, go, . . . 
when distressed . . . Oh Boy!! . . . any- 
one for pizza??? ... ambition ... to 
be a secretary. 

Bowling 2; Pep Squad 3; Dean's 
Council 3; Tel. Ex. for a Day 3; 
Secretarial Pool 4; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Pilgrim Typing Staff 
4; Charity Project 4. 



Thomas Richard May, Jr. 

48 Castle Street, Plymouth 
"Moose" . . . plans to attend a liberal 
arts college and to work hard . . . 
rugged . . . prizes his weights . . . but 
dislikes fighting . . . "Built" . . . likes 
doing crazy things . . . "Hey" . . . 
another North Plymouth. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Editor 
of Art Staff for Yearbook 1; Repre- 
sentative Student Government Day 
(Park Dept.) 3; Representative to 
telephone company 3; Sports Club 4; 
Senior Show 4; Senior Prom Commit- 
tee 4. 



Irene Louise Mazalewski 

1 Murray Street, Plymouth 

petite . . . perky . . . fun-loving . . . 
walks everywhere . . . "such is life" 
. . . likes pink, pizza . . . and a certain 
charm . . . blue eye shadow . . . plans 
a happy marriage. 



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James McGovern 

Off Obery Street, Plymouth 

"Jim" . . . "Oh ya!" . . . plans to be- 
come an engineer . . . prizes his car 
. . . dislikes homework . . . likes pizza 
and . . . red . . . found ice skating. 

Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, & 3. 



Susan Elaine McGovern 

16 Clyfton Street, Plymouth 

Susan . . . petite . . . fun-loving . . . 
plans to go to school in New York 
. . . prized possession — Pierre . . . likes 
D. F. ... pizza . . . orange . . . "For- 
get it". 

Drama Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Latin 
Club 1 & 2; Senior Show 4; Book 
Store 4; Pilgrim 2, 3, & 4; Clarion 4. 



John Joseph Medeiros 

11 Ocean View Avenue, Plymouth 

Jackie . . . "suave" . . . plans to attend 
college . . . "That's close" . . . un- 
friendly girls really bug him 
"athletic" . . . prizes his sneakers! . . . 
spends his time playing sports. 



Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 
Band 1. 



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Kenneth John Medeiros 

18 Forest Avenue Court, Plymouth 

"What's wrong?" . . . future plans in- 
clude higher schooling . . . "friendly" 
. . . prizes his 62 Chevy . . . hates 
getting up in the morning . . . likes 
veal cutlets . . . blue . . . found riding 
around. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Track 2; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Homeroom Representative 4; Sports 
Club 3, 4. 



Barbara Whipple Meyer 

Jordan Road, Plymouth 

Bibby . . . intelligent . . . dedicated . . . 
likes solitude . . . and learning . . . 
but not insincere students . . . athletic 
likes skiing . . . mathematically 
minded . . . but saves time for her 
friends . . . future is undecided. 

JV Basketball 2; Geological Society 2, 
3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Math Club 2, 
3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Drama Club 
2, 3. 



Stewart Brian Minahan 

29 White Horse Beach Road, 
White Horse Beach 

Stewey . . . jovial . . . witty . . . dis- 
likes . . . crutches . . . found on the 
beach . . . creative . . . prizes his 
mocassins . . . wants to make a million 
... a million what, Mr. Minahan?? 
. . . look out world, here he comes!! ! 

Golf Team 2; Intramurals 2. 



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Lydia Jean Miranda 

170 Braley Lane, Plymouth 

Linda . . . gay . . . cheery . . . prizes 
her stereo . . . knit one, purl two 
. . . that's how Lydia spends her time 
. . . anyone for pizza . . . cruel people 
annoy her . . . color her green, green, 
green . . . wants to become a secretary. 

Chorus 2, 3; Mikado — (chorus) 2. 



Mary Teresa Montanari 

30 Atlantic Street, Plymouth 

sincere . . . hopes to teach . . . math?? 
. . . "Oh — that's really bad" . . . found 
trying to catch up ... on her sleep 
. . . dislikes insincere people . . . but 
likes her sister . . . powder blue . . . 
steak and pizza . . . "cheerful". 

Marching Girls 3, 4; Intramurals 3; 
Drama Club 2, 3; Math Club 2, 3, 4; 
Math Club Vice President 3; Pilgrim 
Staff Editor 4; A.F.S. 3; Leader 
Corps 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3; Travel Club 2; Junior Prom 
3. 

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Erwin Joel Monteiro 

West Street, Carver 

"amiable" . . . "Happy-go Lucky" . . . 
likes his "Chine" . . . "Breaks my 
heart" . . . dislikes conceited people 
. . . favorite pastime . . . working on 
"Chine". 

Pep Club 1; Debate Club 1; Football 1; 
Baseball 1; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3; 
Intramural Basketball 2, 3. 







John William Murphy 

298 Court Street, Plymouth 

Jackie . . ■ "reserved" . . . Teresa, 
Hummmmm! !! . . . Found . . . doing 
nothing ?? ... hates people . . . who 
talk too much . . . hopes to go on to 
school ... or ... join the service. 

Cross-Country 3 & 4; Track 2, 3, & 4. 




Rebecca Florie Morgan 

3 Ocean View Avenue, Plymouth 

"Becky" . . . ambition ... to marry 
and live happily . . . likes "Charlie" 
and that diamond ring . . . "Oh Boy" 
. . . peeved by . . . not having a license 
. . . found . . . working at Jordon Hos- 
pital ... or writing letters to that 
certain Marine. 

Dean's Council 3; Pep Squad 3. 



CLASS OF 1966 



Delia Ann Nickerson 

200 Summer Street, Plymouth 

"Check out the ??? ... Is it Dee or 
Dee Dee? . . . cute . . . staying home 
. . . Ugh! . . . Oh, that certain some- 
one . . . hopes to marry . . . and live 
happily . . . Hope it comes true, Dee! 






Wayne Alfred Nickerson 

River Street, Plymouth 

"You ain't lying!!" . . . Says Wayne 
about Arlene . . . and . . . those phone 
calls . . . "shy" . . . plans include 
working on construction . . . skillful . . . 
likes hunting. 



Nancy Oehme 

River Street, Plymouth 

Nancy . . . friendly . . . extroverted 
. . . plans to be a hairdresser . . . 
likes M.B.R. . . . bangles . . . and her 
Siamese cat Sammi . . . found riding 
around with M.B.R. . . . but when he's 
working on his Damiler . . . "Oh 
Brother! !" 

Tennis 2; Pep Squad 2, 3; Pilgrim 4; 
Senior Show 4; Sports Club 3. 




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Cynthia May O'Keefe 

69 Cordage Terrace, Plymouth 

Cynthia . . . witty . . . carefree . . . 
hopes to wear a size 12 some day! 
. . . her pet peeve is Melvyn Carreira 
spends her time thinking of things 



to do 



"You ain't lying!' 



Pep Squad 2; Bowling 3; Library 
Assistant 3; Dean's Council 3; Typing 
Pool 4; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 



Claire Louise Oliveira 

88 Standish Ave., Plymouth 

Vibrant . . . active . . . prized posses- 
sion . . . "My Chug-a-lug" . . . "you're 
young, you'll get over it" . . . friendly 
. . . smiling . . . past time . . . social- 
izing . . . seiving and knitting . . . Oh, 
those cold football games! 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Art 
Staff; Senior Statistics; Pilgrim 3, 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; 
Treas. Future Nurses Club 4; Cheer- 
leader 1, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Field Hockey 2; Bas- 
ketball 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; AFS 
3. 4. 




Dorothy Lee Ann Pacheco 

319 Court Street, Plymouth 

Dot . . . look-alike . . . and talkative 
. . . future includes IBM School . . . 
likes nephew Butch . . . How about 
Mike from SLRH?? . . . dislikes waiting 
for school bus . . . "Come on!" 

Dean's Council 2, 3; Fashion Show 2; 
Pep Squad 2, 3; Drama Club 2. 




Doris-Mae Mary Pacheco 

319 Court Street, Plymouth 

Doris . . . plans to go on to l.B.M. 
School . . . "double" . . . likes her 
niece — Lee Ann . . . but hates getting 
up in the morning . . . "Petite" . . . 
likes pizza and bowling . . . "Forget 
it" . . . spends her time walking her 
niece into town. 

Dean's Council 2, 3; SAS Representa- 
tive 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Fashion 
Show 2; Publicity Committee 2; Drama 
Club 4; Homeroom Representative 3. 

CLASS OF 1966 




Doris Judith Parker 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

Athletic . . . poised . . . plans marriage 
. . . with Don . . . prizes . . . her dia- 
mond . . . natch! . . . but detests rude 
people . . . found . . . with Don. 

15t a week Collector 2; Pep Squad 
2; Bowling 2; Sports Club 2, 3; Dec- 
oration Committee 2; Old Colony Track 
Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Ticket Seller 3; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4; Volleyball Intramurals 4; 
National Honor Society 4; Basketball 
Intramurals. 



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Susan Louise Parker 

Boot Pond Road, Plymouth 

Sue . . . plans to attend college . . . 
"spirited" . . . prizes her license . . . 
but, oh, how she hates to get up in 
the morning . . . independent . . . en- 
joys reading and swimming. 

Office Assistant 4; Nurses Club 4; 
Book Store 3; Clarion 4; Dean's Coun- 
cil 2. 



Priscilla Jean Pascoe 

373 Court Street, Plymouth 

Cilia . . . intelligent . . . conscientious 
. . . hopes to become a teacher . . . then 
travel ... oh those summers in 
Saquish . . . doing what Cilia? . . . 
peeved by getting up in the mornings 
. . . but, mmmmm . . . spaghetti. 

Honor Society 3 & 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 
& 4; French Club 3 & 4; Travel Club 
2; Drama Club 4; S.A.S. Representa- 
tive 2; A.F.S. 3 & 4; Clarion 2, 3, & 
4; Pilgrim 4; Dance Committee. 



Robert Pearson 

47 Stafford Street, Plymouth 

Bob . . . quiet . . . "forget it!" . . . 
likes summer . . . but dislikes working 
everyday . . . and "that girl" peeves 
him . . . industrious ... a future auto 
mechanic . . . found working on his 
prized "56" Ford . . . mmm "subs". 



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Theresa Ellen Pease 

19 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Terry . . . intelligent . . . poised . . . 
hopes to enter the field of Biochem- 
istry . . . melodius . . . prizes her piano 
... "Are you kidding??" ... can be 
found reading ... or studying . . . 
Math?? 

Math Club 3, 4; Chorus 3; French 
Club 3; Honor Society 3, 4; N.H.S. 
Secretary-Treasurer 4; German Club 
4; Pilgrim 4; Orchestra 3, 4. 



Kenneth Wallace Peck 

135 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Ken . . . happy-go-lucky . . . tall . . . 
plans to be a mechanic . . . likes his 
car, football, and the color black . . . 
dislikes homework . . . "Too bad." 



Kathleen Marie Pederzani 

Warren Avenue, Plymouth 

Kathy . . . petite . . . "All right!" . . . 

prizes her dog Ba7igles . . . money . . . 

dislikes snobs . . . hockey practice . . . 

likes anything that tastes good! . . . 
plans to become a Beautician. 

Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 
2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Office Worker 4; Prom 
Usher 2. 



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Roger Adam Pederzani 

Warren Ave., Plymouth 

Pepper . . . "Oh, Ya?" . . . to guys who 
don't like working on " '57 Chevys" 
. . . refrigerator empty? . . . "Oh, Ya" 
no food . . . one more for the "service" 
. . . Lookout! !! 



Baseball 1, 
Football 1. 



2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; 



Michele Anne Perrault 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

"reserved" . . . "Mich" . . . "very good" 
. . . likes blue . . . pizza . . . and fun 
people ... a future Michael angels 
. . . dislikes 6 a.m. . . . unfriendly 
people . . . found reading . . . prizes 
her sewing machine . . . and Spot 
. . . "happy". 

Geology Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 
4; Debate Club 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
"Our Town" 2; Pygmalion 3. 



Joseph Perry, Jr. 

192 Standish Ave., Plymouth 

Joe . . . prizes his '63 Dodge . . . it's 
better than Fo-Mo-Co . . . "shy" . . . 
Oh Yeh . . . likes pizza . . . and base- 
ball . . . passes time . . . working on 
his car . . . service bound. 



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Kathleen Perry 

10 Washington Street, Plymouth 

Kathy . . . "effervescent" . . . passes 
time . . . with Andy . . . and eating 
pizza . . . here comes Twinkie 
those brothers! ! 

Bowling; 15f a week; Latin Club; Pep 
Squad; Cheerleader; Tonic Seller — 
Basketball games; Senior Show. 



Linda Ann Perry 

Rochester Road, South Carver 



Lin . . . bouyant 
her class ring 



. active . . . prizes 
our "Perriwinkle" 
plans to become a nurse . . . peeved 
by late people . . . vivacious . . . poised 
. . . passes time writing letters to a 
certain Private ... Who, Linda??? 

S.A.S. 3, 4; Badminton 3, 4; Pilgrim 
4; Honor Society 3, 4; Library Aide 
4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Latin Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Chorus 1; 
Future Nurses 4; Pep Squad 1, 3, 4; 
Senior Concession 4. 



Joyce Barbara Petit 

8 West Wood Road, Plymouth 

perky . . . Joy . . . pet peeve . . . 
Tipper . . . "Is that right??" ... Oh, 
that certain C.Q. ... a prospective 
folk singer . . . slender . . . heading 
for Secretarial Business School. 

Drama Club 3; Dean's Council 3; Pep 
Squad 2; Clarion 3, 4; Secretarial Pool 
4; Tennis 2; Archery 2; Senior Show 
4; Bowling 2. 



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Arthur William Policelli 

62 Pleasant Street, Plymouth 

Art . . . friendly . . . industrious . . . 
playis business school in the future 
... is peeved by boring classes . . . 
"That's close" . . . prizes his license 
. . . passes time . . . fooling around 
. . . girls . . . and cars . . . hmmmm. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 2; Senior Show 4. 




Steve Pimental 

5 Hamilton Street, Plymouth 

Steve . . . likes money, lots of it ... 
dislikes dumb girls and hypocritical 
people . . . tall . . . handsome 
wants to be rich and happy. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Dance 
Committee 3; Senior Show 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 



Karen Louise Post 

30 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Karen . . . petite . . . flirtacious . . . 
"That's what I said" . . . ambition . . . 
to join the Waves . . . prizes her 
license . . . but is peeved by unsociable 
people . . . Watch out! I . . . here she 
comes. 

Homeroom Representative 2, 3; Senior 
Show 4; Proms 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 
3; Pilgrim 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Cashier 3. 





David Holmes Pratt 

Route 3A Ellisville 

Dave . . . Hopes to succeed in life 
. . . plans to go on to school . . . prizes 
his radio . . . but hates those Monday 
mornings . . . "Oh Yeah" . . . Enjoys 
football . . . spends his spare time 
fishing or in any outside activities. 








Robert Lewis Pratt 

45 Pleasant Street, Plymouth 

Bobby . . . ambition ... to enter the 
service . . . hard working . . . our 
faithful manager . . . "That's all 
right" . . . prized possession . . . "my 
teeth" . . . meaningful. 

Football Manager 3, 4; Basketball 
Manager 3, 4; Baseball Manager 3; 
Varsity Club 2; Spring Track 2, 3 
Manager. 




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Bruce Allison Price 

14 Russel Avenue, Plymouth 

Bruce . . . intelligent . . . courteous . . . 
friendly . . . hopes to be a psychologist 
... or motorcycle cop . . . "To each, 
his own" . . . Bruce likes motorcycles 
. . . boiled lobster . . . who doesn't . . . 
spends time reading ... or playing 
pool. 





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Nancy Randall 

Sunrise Avenue, Plymouth 

"Jeekers" . . . those elbows!! 
talkative . . . wants to attend Junior 
College . . . "Who's at Tufts, Nancy" 
. . . dislikes blonde hair . . . always 
writing . . . letters . . . poised 
Friendly. 

Marching 3 & 4; Pilgrim 3 & 4; Pep 
Squad 2 & 3; Prom Committee 3 & 4; 
Future Teacher's Club 4; Bowling 2; 
French Club 3; Senior Show 4; Grad- 
uation Ushers 3. 





Marcia Elene Raymond 

State Road, Manomet 

Marcia . . . happy . . . always smiling 
. . . likes Dennis . . . prizes her hope 
chest . . . her favorite color . . . (you 
guessed it) ... blue . . . plans to be- 
come a hairdresser . . . melodious . . . 
can play piano . . . without music. 

Drama Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; News- 
paper Staff 3; Dean's Council 3. 



Joyce Christine Rasmussen 

Tower Road, Plymouth 

Joyce . . . talented . . . friendly . . . 
hopes to someday make a world-wide 
concert tour . . . prizes her violin . . . 
guitar . . . and snakes-skin jumper 
. . . "phooie" ... to pass time . . . 
riflery . . . and chamber music. 

Talent Show 3; Senior Show 4; Or- 
chestra 3, 4; Latin Club 3; South- 
eastern District Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
All-State Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; AFS 
Club 3. 

CLASS OF 1966 




Sharon Reid 

6 Dwight Avenue, Plymouth 

quiet . . . "Well" . . . dislikes getting 
up early . . . prizes contact lenses and 
Oldsmobiles . . . likes blue . . . pizza 
. . . plans include IBM or Hairdressing 
School . . . found riding around . . . 
wise. 

Field Hockey 2; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Drama Club 3; Senior Show 4. 



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Phyllis Ann Reposa 

64 Alden Street, Plymouth 

"Reserved" . . . but not toward E.H. 
. . . dislikes weeknights . . . and pos- 
sessive males . . . on her way to busi- 
ness school . . . likes reading . . . and 
French fries ... "I don't care" . . . 
that's Phil . . . nonchalant. 

Bowling 2; Pep Squad 2; Charm 
Course 2; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Theme Committee 3; 
Secretary Pool 4. 



Russell Anthoney Reposa 

20 Samoset Street, Plymouth 

Russell . . . strong . . . nautical . . . 
ambition ... to be President . . . likes 
. . . Maureen Barrett . . . peeved by 
. . . "People who bug me!" . . . "Snap 
draws" . . . pastime . . . skin diving? 



Football; Weight Lifting; 
Tennis; Gymnastics. 



Track; 



Sharon Ann Rettig 

86 Abington Avenue, 
White Horse Beach 

Sharon . . . "get this" . . . tall . . . 
blue . . . those trips to Norwell . . . 
likes to travel . . . prizes that Ford 

future Medical technician 
steak and French fries . . . hmmm! 

Pep Squad 2, 4; Dance Committees 
2, 4; Leader Corps 3; Senior Show 4; 
Student Government Day Representa- 
tive 2; Yearbook 3. 



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Frank Donald Ricardo 

51 Allerton Street, Plymouth 

Second period sales and service class 
. . . can't compare tvith riding around 
. . . saying, "Alright, group" ... in 
that '55 Chevy ... I hope I have 
sea legs because . . . Navy, here I 
come ! 

Football 1; Baseball 2. 



Francis Richards, Jr. 

9 West Street, Plymouth 

Buster . . . ivants to be a geological 
engineer . . . suave . . . prizes his 
Honda 305 . . . friendly . . . especially 
with the neighbors . . . can be found 
reading ... or walking on his hands. 

Volleyball 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Math 
Club 3; Archery 3; Quiz Bowl 2; 
Geological Society 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 
4. 



Jean Richards 

Wardsworth Road, Cedarville 

Headstrong . . . "Mother Bear this 
could cost!" . . . plans to attend Hair- 
dressing School . . . dislikes school — 
who doesn't? . . . prizes her filly 
Tammy . . . likes spaghetti or pizza . . . 
horseback riding . . . found riding 
around in her '59 Chevy . . . "Get 'em 
Jean !" 



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Stephen Joseph Richmond 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

Steve . . . hopes to succeed in life . . . 
•plans to go to college . . . "Quiet" . . . 
likes all sports . . . especially basket- 
ball . . . dislikes wise people . . . "All 
right" . . . enjoys all outdoor activities. 

Junior Varsity Baseball 2; Intramural 
Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



Constance Eleanor Riordan 

Main Street, Carver 

"Connie" . . . Fun-loving . . . found 
dreaming . . . about who?? . . . likes 
a certain smile . . . and blue ... "I 
love you anyway" . . . hopes to become 
an elementary school teacher . . . dis- 
likes waiting . . . and straight hair 
"chatty". 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Mikado 
2; South Eastern Mass. District Cho- 
rus 3; Driver Ed. 4; H. R. Repre- 
sentative 4. 



George Barry Roberts 

Plymouth St., Carver 

"Barry" . . . Sophisticated . . . debo- 
nair . . . hopes to be a musician . . . 
"What are you so happy about?" . . . 
flirt acious . . . found at Fremont St. 
. . . with that certain redhead. 



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Sandra Lee Robertson 

133 Summer Street, Plymouth 

Always happy . . . Sandy . . . "Sure! 
What a slap in the face!" . . . hopes to 
become a beautician . . . likes Tootie 
. . . lasagna . . . pink & blue . . . dis- 
'ikes "Big Mouth!" . . . seen with a 
certain someone . . . Ooo! 

Pep Squad 2; Typing Pool 4; Drama 
31ub 4; Intramurals 4. 



Patrick Michael Romano 

25 Samoset Street, Plymouth 

Pat . . . Tall . . . aspiring business 
manager . . . also our favorite usher 
. . . likes good food . . . especially pizza 
. . . but dislikes people who are never 
on time . . . "You're young, you'll get 
over it!" 



Paul Michael Ruggiero 

10 Davis Street, Plymouth 

Paul . . . athletic . . . courteous . . . 
seen with Tom and Von . . . dislikes 
loud people . . . wants to be an Army 
man . . . "Oh, ya!" . . . fun-loving. 

Track 3, 4. 



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Sandra Russell 

20 Caswell Lane, Plymouth 



CLASS OF 1966 




Joseph Anthony Sarnelli 

Wenham Rd., Carver 

"Skip" . . . "I'll pick you up" . . . jovial 
. . . "A-Go-Go" . . . bothered by ... 
people who are late . . . plans to 
attend . . . automotive trade school . . . 
prankish . . . found ... in his Buick 
Convertible ... or ... with the guys. 

Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Leader Corps 2; 
Track 2, 4; Football 3. 



Von Stephen Sadosky 

14 Hamilton St., Plymouth 

Muscular . . . found . . . hanging 
around ... or saying . . . "That's 
close" ... is peeved by his sister . . . 
but prizes . . . his Beach Boy Albums 

Trade schools and Service 
Beware! ! ! 

Track 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 



Howard Sampson 

10 Bradford Street, Plymouth 

Howard . . . artistic . . . reticent . 
enjoys water sports . . . spends his 
time loafing . . . dislikes waking up 
early . . . but likes his bed . . . desirous 
of a career in art or photography. 




Maragret Ann Savery 

4 Winter Street, Plymouth 

"Ya, that's what I said!" . . . "chic" 
. . . dislikes those other drivers ... a 
future nurse . . . found swimming and 
skate boarding . . . look out for 
Maggie . . . likes what's left of her 
loafers??? . . . amiable. 

Pep Squad 2; Bowling 2; Math Club 
2; Curriculum Staff of Pilgrim 2, 3, 
& 4; Editor 4; A.F.S. 3 & 4; Officer 
4; Future Nurses Club 3 & 4; Drama 
Club 3 & 4; Jr. Prom 3; Senior Prom 







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Susan Elaine Sawyer 

Off Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

"Sue" ... "I guess!" . . . prizes the 
friendship of A. V. ... loquacious . . . 
plans to become a beautician . . . dis- 
likes those 4 years of waiting! . . . 
likes blue . . . pizza . . . enjoys being 
with A. V. 

Pep Squad 3; Cheerleaders 4; Sr. 
Prom 4; Sr. Show 4; Intramurals. 



Jayne Marie Scagliarini 

14 Alvin Road, Plymouth 

"cute" . . . Jayne-belle . . . fun to be 
with . . . "yeah really??" . . . dislikes 
"the Greek" . . . "little girlish" . . . 
found with Bobby . . . plans to be 
happy (with who, Jaynie?) . . . ath- 
letic. 

Pep Squad 2; Dean's Council 3; 
Tennis 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Intramurals 
2; SAS H.R. Representative 3; Clarion 
4; Sports Club 2; Latin Club 2; 
Bowling 2. 





Susan Jane Sherman 

9 Vernon Street, Plymouth 

Sue . . . stately . . . sophisticated . . 
intelligent . . . those kooky glasses . . 
shuffleboard for Sue . . . but Ugh, 
. . . getting up in the morning . . 
ambition to graduate from college . . 
poised. 

Math Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; 
Latin Club 2; Dean's Council 2; Pho- 
tography Staff 2; Future Nurse's 
Club 3; AFS Officer 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 4; Junior Prom 3; Honor So- 
ciety 4. 




Christine Sears 

Russell Mills Road, Plymouth 



CLASS OF 1966 




Charlotte Ann Short 

South Meadow Road, Carver 

Lottie . . . "talkative" . . . plans to go 
to beautician school and live happily 
ever after . . . with a certain R ... 
but boys with wise answers . . . yeah 
... uh huh . . . get me mad! 

Dean's Council 3; Senior Show 
Senior Prom 4; Pep Squad 2. 



4; 



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Deborah Jane Shurtleff 

Montello Street, North Carver 

Debbie . . . siveet . . . understanding . . . 
friendly . . . future nurse . . . prizes her 

bankbook . . . but peeved by scratchy 
nails on the blackboard . . . "Really" . . . 

loves to pass the time with . . . people 

she likes. 

Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; Dean's 
Council 3; Student Councilor 4; Home- 
room Representative 2; Pilgrim 4; In- 
tramural Badminton 3; Future Nurses, 
President, 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior 
Concession 4; National Honor Society 4. 




MBW 



Linda Mae Silva 

6 Squanto Road, Plymouth 



Linda . . . petite . 
her horse, Tonka 
horseback riding 
off" . . . detests 



sociable . . . prizes 

. spends her time 

and "just goofing 

getting up early 

but mmmm, baked stuffed lobster 

. . . hopes to attend college. 

Archery 3; Dean's Council 3; Clarion 3, 
4; Tennis 3; Typing Pool 4; Drama 
Club 3; Pep Squad 2. 




Nona Marie Silva 

101 Samoset Street, Plymouth 

Nonie . . . "Inspiring" . . . ambition . . . 
wishes to specialize in "high-styling" 
. . . "petite" . . . likes clothes . . . and 
that picture of B.L.I ... "are you 
kidding me?" . . . dislikes anti-social 
people . . . "and the Foxes". 

Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 2, 
4; Dean's Council 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil; Homeroom Representative 2; Dra- 
ma Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; 
I.B.M. Pool 4. 



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Robert Anthony Silva 

56 Olm stead Terrace, Plymouth 

"Bob" . . . Always on the run . . . "re- 
sponsible" . . . "versitile" . . . "Crocker, 
I don't have a temper!!" ... A future 
teacher? . . . well-liked . . . Bob's pet 
peeve : Jean's temper. 

Senior Class Pres. 4; Class Treas. 2 & 
3; A.F.S. Pres. 3; Clarion 3 & 4; Pil- 
grim 2, 3 & 4; Lit Staff 3 & 4; Math 
Club 2, 3 & 4; Spanish Club 4; German 
Club 4; Latin Club 2; Band 2; Quiz 
Bowl 2; Student Gov. Week 2 & 3; 
Student Council 4; Boy's State Dele- 
gate 3. 



David Alan Silvia 

7 Nelson Street, Plymouth 

Dave . . . "forceful" . . . found hanging 
around ... in North Plymouth?? . . . 
"leave me alone" . . . bothered by his 
big sister . . . and bigger kids . . . 
prizes his diving gear . . . as for future 
... the Service???? 

Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Intra- 
murals 4. 



Wayne Francis Sirrico 

134 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Wayne tells the guys ... to maintain 
their coohiess when that certain person 
walks by ... "Oh, no ... not gym 
again!" 

Library Assistant 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 

4. 



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Barry Smith 

Long Pond Road, Plymouth 

"Quiet??" . . . prizes his Honda . . . "No 
big thing" . . . peeved by those s-l-o-w 
drivers ... Air Force Base for Barry. 

Latin Club 2; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 4. 



Beverly Ann Smith 

Beaver Dam Road, Plymouth 

Bev ... sedate ... "Oh no!" ... plans 
to further her education . . . likes J. M. 
. . . sports . . . chillie!? . . . prizes her 
watch . . . found hanging around — but 
ivhere? . . . peeved by nothing 
"shy". 

Dean's Council 2. 



Edward Philip Smith 

Halfway Pond, Buzzards Bay 

Eddy . . . hopes to become an automo- 
bile mechanic . . . prized possession . . . 
"my car keys" . . . likes . . . that certain 
Barby ... but is peeved by Pontiacs 
that don't go . . . "Why not?" . . . can 
be found . . . working under the hood 
of cars. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3. 



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Helen Ann Smith 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

"Poor thing" . . . ambition ... to get 
married . . . prized possession . . . Les- 
lie ... Of Course!! . . . can be found 
eating spaghetti . . . or going out. 

Pep Squad 2, 3; Future Nurse's Club 3, 
4; Typist Pool 4; Dean's Council 2. 



James Everett Smith 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

Jimmie . . . big . . . genial . . . prizes his 
harmonica . . . rugged . . . ambition . . . 
forester . . . dislikes homework . . . but 

. . . "Can't fight it" . . . spends his time 

. . . fishing?? 



Dennis Richard David Soares 

298 Court Street, Plymouth 

"Boisterious" . . . "Only a pawn in 
their game" . . . wishes to become fam- 
ous . . . likes an Alabaster Egg . . . 
Veal . . . violet . . . dislikes people who 
aren't natural . . . found listening to 
Bob Dylan . . . writing. 



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Karen Linda Sperry 

State Road, Manomet 

Karen . . . tiny . . . chatty . . . prizes a 
certain ring . . . Guess whose??? . . . 
spends her time with . . . Richy . . . pet 
peeve . . . the law . . . anyone for a 
ride? ... on a horse . . . of course! . . . 
Karen hopes to become a hair dresser. 

Dean's Council 4; Drama Club 2; Play 
"Our Town" 2; Library Staff 2. 




Antoinette Sotirkys 

State Road, Manomet 

Ann . . . likes cheeseburgers . . . and 
that new car . . . that isn't green . . . 
pet peeve . . . her nickname "Queenie" 
. . . wonder why? . . . plans . . . prep 
school and college. 

Librarian Assistant 2; Pep Squad 2; 
Drama Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; 
Junior Prom Publicity 3; Graduation 
Usher 3. 



CLASS OF 1966 



Janice Israella Stern 

29 Russell Street, Plymouth 

always talking . . . amiable . . . "Jan" 
. . . prizes her stuffed animals . . . 
"Really??" ... best looking ... but 
that "collar, No!" . . . hopes to become 
a medical . . . she'd make a cute one! 

Pilgrim 1, 2, 3, & 4; Senior Show 4; 
Sports Club 2; Marching Girls 3 & 4; 
Junior Prom 3; Spanish Club 4; Pep 
Squad 4. 







Suzanne Stewart 

15 Cushman Street, Plymouth 

I don't know" . . . vibrant . . . chic . . . 
pet peeve . . . the "Homing Pidgeon" 
. . . busy . . . active . . . soon to be a de- 
signer . . . ambition ... to ski . . . buoy- 
ant . . . past time . . . wasting it. 

Marching Girls 1, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; 
French Club 3, 4 ; Travel Club 2 ; Dance 
Committee 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2; Intra- 
murals 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Decora- 
tions 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 
4; Pilgrim, Business 3; Pilgrim, Co- 
Art Editor 4; "Pygmalion" 3; Drama 
Club 3, 4; A.F.S. 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 



Francis Nicholas Strassel 

86 Spooner Street, Plymouth 

"Tell me any funny story" . . . Army, 
beware!! . . . Stras's ambition is special 
police . . . friendly . . . prankish . . . Oh, 
those early mornings! . . . his favorite 
book is his LITTLE BLACK BOOK!! 
. . . you're own, Franny?? 

Cross Country 2, 3; Track 2, 3. 




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Jayne Marie Strassel 

8 Spooner Street, Plymouth 

"Jay" . . . vivacious ... a college 
bound girl . . . "forget it" . . . likes 
sewing . . . dislikes a certain math 
teacher — 1 wonder who? . . . prizes 
her friends . . . and those memories . . . 
found cooking . . . amiable. 

Future Teacher's President 4; March- 
ing Girls 3; Co-Leader of Marching 
Girls 4; Math Club 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 
4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Travel Club 
2; Pilgrim 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior 
Pony Chorus 4; Dance Committees 2, 
3, 4. 





Cheryl Anne Sylvia 

Jordan Road, Plymouth 

"Betty" . . . tenacious . . . blue . . . 
"What are we waiting for" . . . prizes 
a certain class ring . . . with initials 
A.C.E.R. . . . found drawing ... or 
with that special someone . . . hopes 
to become a commercial artist . . . dis- 
likes ... Pederzani's insults. 

Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 15tf A Week Col- 
lector 2; Basketball 2; German Club 
4; Girls Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 
4; Senior Show 4; Basketball Intra- 
murals 2, 3. 





Carol Tavares 

117 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

"Toodies" . . . that license . . . and 
those parties . . . dislikes . . . being 
away from Buzzy . . . bossy people . . . 
but mmmmm, pizza . . . hairdressing 
school in Boston . . . "fun-loving". 

Pep Squad 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Dean's Council 3; Junior Prom 
3. 



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Virginia Mary Tassinari 

68 Court Street, Plymouth 

Ginny . . . likes clothes . . . class . . . 
and Boston . . . wants to become a 
model . . . collegiate . . . graceful . . . 
Sunday nights . . . don't agree with 
Ginny . . . that's close . . . YEW! 

Deans Council 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Charm Course 2; Clarion Typing Staff 
3, 4; Secretarial Pool 4; Senior Prom 
4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Show 4; 
Pilgrim Typing Staff 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 




Dennis Lee Tavares 

27 Cordage Terrace, Plymouth 

Den ... to attend college and . . . be- 
come a teacher . . . stable . . . poised 
. . . likes girls . . . but not stuck up 
people . . . "Cut it out" . . . prizes his 
license . . . passes the time swimming 
. . . sports . . . and with those girls . . . 
masculine . 

Latin Club 2; AFS 3, 4: Leader Corps 
3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Dance Committees 
1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 
3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4; 
Pilgrim Staff 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4 
Honor Society 4. 







John Arthur Terry 

Manomet Ave., Manomet 

John's ambition is ... to flirt with 
girls . . . enjoys boating . . . and water 
skiing . . . friendly . . . considerate . . . 
always smiling . . . .and teasing . . . 
dislikes homework . . . none next year!! 
...likes to hunt ... for what, John?? 



Shirley Frances Thatcher 

Wardsworth Road, Cederville 

"Franny" . . . cute . . . soft-spoken . . . 
prizes her ring from P.G. and her 
phone . . . passes time . . . "Riding 
around" . . . despises . . . getting up 
early . . . and gym ... "/ don't believe 
it!" 



Marcia Ann Thimas 

Carver Road, Plymouth 
"You know it too" . . . reserved 
plans to attend I.B.M. School . . . prizes 
that certain someone's watch . . . likes 
dancing with a certain someone . . . 
dislikes snobby people . . . cute 
found in the company of B.D. 

Dean's Council 1, 2, & 3; Pep Squad 
4; Intramurals 2. 



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Dana Jon Thomas 

Beaver Dam Road, Carver 

"D.T." . . . "virile" . . . plans include 
the State Police . . . prizes his Harley 
Davidson . . . dislikes Ford . . . likes 
pizza . . . red . . . enjoys football . . . 
and hunting . . . "active" 

Football 1. 



Cheryl Elaine Thompson 

Ship Pond Road, Manomet 

"Sha Sha" . . . "petite" . . . Beautician 
Bound . . . likes clothes . . . prize pos- 
session . . . D.M. . . . "vivacious" . . . 
"Ya got me" . . . dislikes people . . . 
who are late . . . and a certain N.M.D. 
. . . pastime . . . (yawn) sleeping. 

15(' a week 2; Bowling 2; Dean's Coun- 
cil 2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; Archery 3; 
Drama Club 3, 4; Student Government 
Week 3; Cheerleader 4; Cashier 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4. 



Peter Tinti 

18 Olmstead Terrace, Plymouth 
Pete . . . "You rang" . . . O'Boy 



pizza! 



I ! ' 



shy but alivays says "Hi" 
hopes to attend trade or technical 
school . . . Ugh . . . Homework . . . Darn 
that cell block . . . 21b ■ ■ ■ treasures 
future license and car . . . Get 'cm Pete. 



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Joel Tong 

Off Billington St., Plymouth 

Boisterous . . . takes life easy . . . both- 
ered by his tivo brainy cousins . . . 
"you really know how to hurt a guy, 
don't you?" . . . pastime . . . doing 
nothing. 

Intramurals Archery 3; Baseball 3, 4. 



Patricia Ann Tribou 

Ship Pond Road, Manomet 

Patti . . . friendly . . . likes dancing 
. . . can be found ... in Carver?? . . . 
dislikes . . . getting up early 
"Watch out, trouble is brewing !" . . . 
ambition . . . marriage . . . prizes . . . 
her stereo ....and G.S.! 

Dean's Council; Secretarial Pool; Bad- 
minton Intramurals. 



Paul William James Tuttle 

3 Cheryl Avenue, Manomet 

Paul ... a future radio disc- jokey . . . 
not WPLM . . . we hope . . . found on 
the golf course . . . hopes to play 
golf in the 60's . . . prizes possession 
. . . his record collection. 

WPLM Radio Program 2; Pilgrim 
Sport Staff; Tennis Intramurals 4; 
Student Government Day 1; Senior 
Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 



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Leila Esther Triplett 

13 Sever Street, Plymouth 

Lee Lee . . . Active . . . poised 
"Your' re out of your tree" . . . prizes 
her CM. (Cool Machine) . . . dislikes 
. . . Gym class . . . hopes to go to college 
. . . theater?? . . . peeved by . . . Mussa 
. . . spends time . . . Driving . . . danc- 
ing. 

Latin Club 2; Math Club 2; Dean's 
Council 3; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 
4; Pep Squad 2-4; Dance Committees 
2-4; S.A.S. Homeroom Delegate 2-4; 
Chorus 3 & 4 ; Drama Club 3 & 4 ; Foot- 
ball and Basketball Concession 2-4; 
"Pygmalion" 3; Spanish Club 4; Pil- 
grim 4; Senior Show 4; A. F. S. 4. 



Peter Michael Vacchino 

4 Nelson Court, Plymouth 

"Pete" . . . quiet . . . reserved . . . but 
full of fun . . . plans to join the navy 
. . . and sail the ocean . . . loves to 
ride around ... in Uncle Tom's ford 
. . . but is peeved by certain typing 
classes. 



Theresa Vieira 

34 Forest Avenue, Plymouth 



Terry . . . 
sociable . 
uation . . . 
ways late 



petite . . . likes Skip . . . 
. plans to work after grad- 

dislikes people who are al- 
. . . "I don't know!!" 



Office Assistant 4; Pilgrim Typing 
Staff 4; Junior Prom 3; Bowling 2. 



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Paul Viera 

10 Alden Terrace, Plymouth 

Paul . . . neat . . . collegiate . . . prizes 
his license . . . enjoys basketball games 
. . . and good pizza . . . loves to loaf . . . 
but is peeved by people ■ ■ ■ who stare 
. . . college bound. 



Band 1, 2, 3; Senior Concession 4; 
tramurals 2, 3. 



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Louise Viera 

10 Alden Terrace, Plymouth 

"Tough" says Louise . . . satirical . . . 
"Ugh!!" . . . to early rising and work- 
ing . . . relaxed . . . loves her two cats 
. . . college bound . . . softspoken . . . 
spends time reading . . . homemade 
apple pie . . . mmmm. 

Pep Squad 2; Lit Mag. 3 & 4; Book 
Store 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 



Carolyn Ann Volta 

33 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

Carolyn . . . "gal"-ish . . . can be heard 
shouting . . . "Watch it" . . . peeved by 
insincere people . . . prizes her nephew 
Gary . . . and No. 73, natch . . . argu- 
mentative . . . ambition : to earn money 
. . . pastime?? . . . Rich. 

Dance Committee 1-4; Library Assist- 
ant 2; French Club 2; Class Ring Com- 
mittee 2; Marching Girls 1, 3, 4; 15^ 
week collector 2; Prom Committee 
3, 4; Intramurals 1-4; Pilgrim 4; Lit. 
Magazine 2; Spanish Club 4; Press 
Club 1; Senior Show 4; A.F.S. 4. 





Julia Jean Wager 

61 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

"Forget it" . . . intelligent . . . Julie 
. . . prizes a certain song . . . found 
writing ... or with??? . . . plans to 
teach . . . English . . . or maybe jour- 
nalism . . . amiable . . . dislikes being 
alone . . . who doesn't, Julie?? 

Latin Club 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 3, 4; Literary 
Magazine Editor 2, 3, 4; Clarion Assist- 
ant Editor 4; P-C Reporter of Old 
Colony 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 
4; Senior Show 4; Intramurals 2, 3; 
Pilgrim Lit Staff 4; National Honor 
Society 4; Press Club Secretary 1; 
Cheerleader 1. 




Ann Elizabeth Wainio 

Rochester Road, Carver 

"Annie" ... "/ don't know" . . . flirta- 
tious . . . our Boston City nurse . . . 
oh-oh . . . found . . . "going with my 
fella" . . . ooh! that spelling . . . prizes 
. . . those certain charms ... all play 
and no work . . . vivacious . . . fighting 
again, Ann??? 

Girl's Chorus 1; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 
4; Home Room Rep.; Dance Com- 
mittees ; Junior Prom ; Pilgrim 4 ; Sen- 
ior Prom; Senior Show; Dean's Coun- 
cil. 



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Deborah Mae-Wollaston 

45 Davis Street, Plymouth 

Debby . . . friendly . . . likes lobster 
. . . color blue . . . prizes P.T. . . . dis- 
likes sneaky and conceited people . . . 
"What can I say" . . . dreams of a 
happy home. 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 
4; Pep Squad 2, 3; Senior Show 4; 
Junior Prom 3. 




William Walsh 

7 Stoddard Street, Plymouth 

Bill . . . "Good Grief" . . . prizes his 
license . . . but is peeved by getting 
up in the morning . . . plans college 
. . . found standing in town . . . or??? 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Senior Show 4. 





Peter Henry Walton 

12 Magoni Terrace, Plymouth 

"Pete" . . . shy . . . but don't let it fool 
you . . . full of tricks . . . especially in a 
certain Math class . . . Right, Pete? . . . 
loves candy, gum . . . and just messing 
around . . . "I'll never tell". 

Track 2; Latin Club 2, 3. 



CLASS OF 1966 





Linda Lou Washburn 

Lakeview Street, Carver 

Sensitive . . . considerate . . . prizes 
. . . her friendships ... spends time 
. . . reading ... a future poetess . . . 
creative . . . dependable . . . hates those 
dirty lenses. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Lit. 2, 3, 4; German Club 
4. 



Janice Lee Watterson 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

A little bit of "Nitty Gritty" . . . likes 
dancing . . . madras plaid . . . prizes 
her license . . . laughing . . . gay . . . 
"Natch" . . . dislikes dull weekends . . . 
"I guess" . . . seen at the Rex and Surf 
. . . plans hairdressing school. 

Pep Squad 1 ; Senior Show 



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Janet Marie West 

Florida Avenue, Manomet 

Jan . . . Aiming for hairdressing school 
. . . peeved by people who don't write 
letters on time . . . buoyant . . . pas- 
time . . . dancing . . . With who, Janet? 
?? ... cute . . . Ummm . . . boys with 
long hair!!! 

Senior Show. 




Judith Francis West 

158 Billington Street, Plymouth 

Judi . . . sweet . . . "what can I say?" 
. . . friendly . . . plans include leaving 
Plymouth! . . . likes Frankie . . . spa- 
ghetti . . . blue . . . dislikes arguments 
with F.C. . . . found with a certain 
sow.eone . . . good luck! 

Typing Pool 4; Pep Squad 2; Typist 
for Clarion 3. 




George Gregory White 

Rocky Hill Road, Plymouth 

"Oh that hair" . . . Greg . . . intellec- 
tual . . . hates being called George . . . 
nonconformist ... on motorcycle . . . 
future plan "to make much money" . .-. 
independent . . . skindiving . . . spear 
fishing . . . Right, Greg. 



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Robert Michael Wild 

Warren Ave., Plymouth 

Robby . . . "Come off it" . . . athletic 
. . . spirited . . . Oh those Monday morn- 
ings . . . handsome . . . "smiley" . . . 
likes pretty girls . . . money . . . food 
... '51 Mercury ... in that order, 
Rob?? . . . pastime . . . doing nothing. 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Stephen Louis Williams 

Lakewood Drive, Cedarville 

Steve . . . likes his V.W. . . . nice girls 
. . . and golf course work?? . . . easy- 
going . . . found doing nothing! . . . 
future engineer . . . "7h3" . . . peeved 
by sitting still . . . hates loneliness . . . 
"Don't give me no crap!" 

Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Government Day 3; Homeroom 
Representative 4; Math Club 3, 4; 
Spanish Club 4. 




Carla Ann Wirzburger 

87 Nicks Rock Road, Plymouth 

"Intelligent" . . . Carta plans to study 
to teach the blind . . . enjoys reading, 
camping, and stamp collecting 
"Talented" . . . dislikes those braces 
and people who put a "t" in her name 
. . . "That's cute" 

Press Club 1; Dean's Council 3; AFS 
2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Teachers Club 4; 
Latin Club 3; Lit Staff 3, 4; Student 
Government Day 2, 3; Prom 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 4. 



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Bonnie Allyn Wood 

28 Samoset Street, Plymouth 

Bun . . . "flirtatious and flighty" . . . 
ambition ... to be a stewardess . . . dis- 
likes . . . getting up early . . . and a 
certain Chem teacher . . . "You'll get 
over it" . . . passes the time . . . with 
a certain college Junior . . . ?um? 

Dean's Council 3; Cashier 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3 — co- 
captain 4; Sports Clubs 3, 4; Softball 
3,4. 



Juanita Maude Wood 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

Nita . . . prizes her guitar . . . artistic 
. . . avid fan of T.S. Elliot and Bob 
Dylan . . . "Happiness is horseback 
riding" . . . but Misery is ... "Mary's 
backward knees" . . . ambition ... to 
attend college . . . then take a trip 
. . . cross country?? 

Pep Squad 2 ; Dean's Council 3 ; Clarion 
2; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Space Science Club 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 2. 



Linda Carol Wood 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

Lin . . ■ congenial . . . sociable . . . 
prizes her Joan Baez albums . . . "I'm 
mortified" ... is peeved by not being 
named Carol . . . hopes to enter college 
. . . and be happy. 

Latin Club 2. 



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Donna Mae Wright 

Bradford Street, Plymouth 

"Man overboard" . . . qualified . . . 
plans to travel on Route 66 . . . prizes 
her Chevy . . . dislikes not being able 
to find something . . . likes lavender 
. . . pizza . . . found going out — where? 
. . . "helpful". 

Milk Bar 4; Dean's Council 2, 3; Clari- 
on Typist 3; Cashier 2, 3; Pep Squad 



Allan William Young 

Eda Avenue, South Carver 

Allan . . . athletic . . . masculine . . . 
our P-C Co-Captain . . . prizes his . . . 
"number 85" . . . "My Boy's" . . . hates 
getting up in the morning . . . flirta- 
tious . . . spends time . . . sleeping. 

Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; 
Sports Club 1, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 2, 3. 



Linda Jeanne Young 

High Street, Carver 

Lin . . . petite . . . friendly . . . hopes 
to be a secretary . . . prizes . . . her 
license . . . and Pete . . . but not two 
faced people ... "/ don't believe it!" 
. . . Why not, Linda . . . passes time 
with Pete! 

Latin Club 1, 2, & 3; Dean's Council 2 
& 3; Pep Squad 2 & 3; A.F.S. 4; Sen- 
ior Show 4; Junior Prom 3; Intra- 
murals 2, 3, & 4. 



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Jesse Cary Arruda 

3 Royal Street, Plymouth 

Jess . . . wants ... to be successful and 
live a happy life . . . O'yeah! . . . get 
outa my way! . . . chuck steak and 
frappes . . . hates lazy people . . . hardy 
and genial . . . prizes his guns and 
license. 

Junior Prom 3; Intramurals 3, 4; 
Dance Committees; Senior Show; Sen- 
ior Prom. 



Herbert Leon Broadbent 

4 South Green Street, Plymouth 

Herby . . . hopes to become an upholst- 
erer . . . nonconformist . . . creative 
. . . another Dylan fan . . . prizes his 
guitar and his harmonica . . . found 
playing both . . . talented . . . "Hi 
group!". 

Book Store 3, 4. 



Rachel Ann Zito 

59 Samoset Street, Plymouth 

"Rach" . . . "you think so, ha!" . . . 
"rambunctious" ... a future hairdress- 
er . . . prizes her license . . . and her 
Dad's car . . . dislikes nosy people . . . 
likes tall, dark, handsome boys . . . 
found riding around . . . "cool". 



Leonard James Fernandes 

Center Street, Carver 

"Poogie" . . . plans to be a mechanic 
. . . "Let's Went" . . . dislikes basket- 
ball ... "fun-loving" . . . spends his 
spare time playing pool. 



James Martin Halunen 

Clifford Road, Plymouth 

Jamie . . . hopes to go to forestry 
school ... or join the Air Force . . . 
prizes his truck . . . peeved by girls . . . 
certain ones that is ... likes onion 
rings and hockey . . . what a combina- 
tion!! . . . found drinking . . . coke! 

Senior Show 4. 



CLASS OF 1966 



Wayne Allen Heath 

13 Mayflower Street, Plymouth 

"Any pieces of obsenity" . . . plans to 
become a professional truck driver 
after the Service . . . prizes his driver's 
license . . . dislikes unfriendly girls . . . 
likes spaghetti . . . black . . . found 
chasing girls! . .,. Run, boy, Run! 

Track. 



Daniel McNeill 

Halfway Pond, Plymouth 

"Grom" ... quiet . . . visiting Louisa 
. . . dislikes slow drivers . . . friendly 
. . . prizes his car . . . trade school in 
the future . . . Good Luck!! 




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IN MEMORIAM 



It is not growing 

like a tree 

In bulk, 

doth make a man better be; 

Or standing long an oak, 

three hundred a year, 

To fall a log at last, 

dry, bald, and sere; 

a lily of the day 

is fairer far in May. 

Although it fall 

and die that night — 

It was the plant 

and flower of light, 

In small proportions 

we just beauty see; 

And in short measures 

life may perfect be. 

— Ben Jonson 



Sheila Mae Costa 

May 3, 1947 - November 22, 1964 




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,Now we begin our lives, 
Thfcjives we've been learning, 

yk^rning, to live. 
Collectin£\$he knowledge, the wisdom, 

the truths for personal success; 
Obtaining the experience to make 

dreams come true. 



Hard work has made beginning ou 
Hard work, easy work, fun work — 
AJlgathered in education's cache, 

"■"b^hhid her doors. 
We have^ar^ied the keys to these doors; 
Now we mayfcpen them, pass thru, 
and begin. *<^ 



It is with this beginning that 

we end high school. 
We leave the once-antiseptic halls 

of an ever-new building; 
Here we have worked and play 
Here, we have made a beginning . . . 

Linda Cappannari 



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Cited For Outstanding Achievement 




National Merit Letters of Commendation. 1-r: C. Wirzburger, S. Stewart, 
J. Leonardi, S. Crocker, K. Dunlap, R. Costa, T. Pease, C. Caramello, B. 
Meyer. 



AWARDS 



Girls' and Boys' State Representatives. 1-r: 
Sheldon Keller, Charles Caramello, Patti Feri- 
oli, Robert Silva. 





fortheastern Sciences Classes 
Gregory Hall 



Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 

Susan Crocker 



United Nations Delegate 

Mary Montanari 



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D.A.R. Best Girl Citizen 

Barbara Buckley 



Globe Scholastic Art Award 

Keith Dunlap 





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Student Government Day Representative 

Tommy Fugazzi 



Voice of Democracy Essay 

Charles Caramello 



Jewish War Veterns 
Brotherhood Award 

Sheldon Keller 



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SENIORS 




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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




Most Likely to Succeed 

Linda Perry, Sheldon Keller 




Most Talented 

John Harris, Joyce Rasmussen 




Shyest 
Peter Tinti, Gladys Lo Verde 






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Friendliest 

Jean Cotti, Rusty Eufrazio 





Done Most For PCHS 

Barbara Buckley, Chuck Caramello 



Class Wits 

Maureen Furtado, Dicky Joe Gomes 



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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




Best Looking 

Janice Stern, Bob Wild 




Highway Menaces 

Splint Brewster, Carol Tavares 







Class Sweethearts 
Jack Balonis, Ann Wainio 




Best Dancers 

Daphne Lopes, Dana Andrews 



Best Dressed 

Carol Brigida, Chuck Caramello 



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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




Personality Plus 

Jean Cotti, Bob Silva 




Best All Around 

Carol Brigida, Bob Silva 



Most Talkative 

Charlotte Jesse, Barry Roberts 




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Most Athletic 

Daphne Lopes, Allan Young 




Class Flirts 

Bonnie Wood, Melvyn Carreira 




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Juniors 




Junior Class Officers 

Mr. William Dillon, Adviser; T. Bastoni, President; R. St. George, 
Vice-President; W. Gomes, Secretary; J. Furtado, Treasurer; 
Mr. Kenneth Taylor, Adviser. 





Sheldon A Go-Go 



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"Gypsy gal, you've got me falling . 

Bob Dylan 




"My group had 41 ( 7 ( fewer cavi- 
ties." 



The Barbershop Quartet 



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"Well? That's what I'm doing!" 





Plymouth-Carver's Poet Laureate 



"I feeeeeel good! 



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Sophomore Class Officers 

Mr. John Penny, Adviser; J. Brigida, Secretary; C. 
Gray, President; P. Ferro, Vice-President; S. Bren- 
ner, Treasurer; Mr. Ronald Gomes, Adviser. 



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Carver Sophomores 




"Hello Sea-cow? This is rabbit. 





"Sigh, only two more changes!" 



The Dynamic Duo 



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Hey Dana! Don't you 

think that's funny? 




Bruce Bradley at the A.F.S. Dance 



Good morning, good morning — the 
best to you each morning! 




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Plymouth- 



Freshman Class Officers and Advisors 

Mr. William Johnstone, Adviser; W. 
Valente, President; N. Darsch, Vice- 
President; S. Radcliffe, Secretary; J. 
Pimental, Treasurer; Absent: Mr. 
Andrew Dietlin, Adviser. 







Carver Freshmen 



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My, aren't we regal today! 





Beau Brummel and friend 




The Brother of MINAHAN 



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"Alright 
socks?" 



who stole the Super - 



"Oops, are we interrupting some- 
thing?" 









'Etes-vous etudiez francais?" 



"Impressed?" 




With prayer, they welcomed 

the season of recrudescence. 

In her wake 

the returning ship 

left melting snows of despair. 

Amidst the growing rivulets, 

lost hope, heart, 

and joy wakened again. 

The pilgrims were enthralled 

by the nearing fulfillment 

of their time-worn dream 

— a place of certitude 

and peace. 

With renewed spirits, 

they commenced building 

and planting. 

In the soil, 

with the seeds of corn, 

they sowed their Dream. 

It was nurtured with hope 

and persistence, 

grew in strength, 

and blossomed 

into an enduring reality. 





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PILGRIM STAFF 




Barbara Buckley, Charles Car- 
amello, Editors-in-Chief ; Miss 
Anita Drisko, Adsiver. 



A school yearbook serves a twofold purpose: to provide a permanent 
account of the years activities ; and to give the ^students the opportunity 
to start with an abstract idea, develop it, and formulate a finished prod- 
uct ... a literary piece — a permanent ledger — a yearbook. 




Pilgrim Editors: Seated 1-r: M. Montanari; C. Caramello, 
Editor-in-Chief; B. Buckley, Editor-in-Chief; J. Furtado; G. 
Erickson; J. Lane. Standing 1-r: E. Frye; W. Dries; M. 



Savery; S. Stewart; L. Cappanari; A. Engstrom; J. Harris. 
Absent: S. Crocker. 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 



Seated: D. Houston; C. Thompson; J. Lane, co-editor; J. 
Stern; C. Olievera; J. Strassel. Standing: J. Balonis; A. 
Wainio; C. Wirtzburger; L. Triplett; J. Leonardi; P. Pascoe; 



J. Scagliarini; W. Diaz; D. Guarldi. Absent: S. Crocker, co- 
editor. 



BUSINESS 
Seated: P. Rettig; J. Walker; D. 
Watts; J. Furtado, manager; G. 
Erickson, manager; C. Stern; P. 
Ferris; D. Shurtleff; C. Volta. 
Standing: D. Schwam; S. Sawyer; 
S. Sherman; N. Ohme; P. Russell; 
J. Cotti; E. Dunlap; H. Pruss- 
man; S. Keller. 





LITERARY 



Sitting: J. Wager; D. Schurtleff; M. Mon- 
tanari, editor; L. Washburn. Standing: D. 
Britton; B. Whipple. 



PILGRIM 




TYPING STAFF 



Typing; M. Ledo; V. Tassinari; T. Viera; J. 
Petit; S. Kendall; G. Bumpus; D. Hall; P. 
Reposa. 



CO-CURRICULUM STAFF 



Co-Curriculum; Seated 1-r: P. Tavernelli; 
D. Houston; L. Cappanari, editor; L. Hash- 
ey; D. Shea; D. Davis. Standing I-r: S. Vac- 
chino; J. Pacheco; P. Niemi; G. Cappannari; 
R. Bradley; N. Pedrini; J. Pacheco; A. 
Bongiovanni. 




ART STAFF 



Pilgrim Art Staff; Seated 1-r: S. Smith; M. Furtado; 
S. Stewart, co-editor; A. Crocker. Standing 1-r: C. 



Gellar; P. Maccaferri; J. Butterfield; J. Harris, co- 
editor. 




WORKERS 




PILGRIM CURRICULUM 

C. Besse; P. Ferioli; M. Savery, editor; J. Walker; 

D. Watts; P. Ferris. 



PILGRIM SECRETARIES 
"0, Come All Ye Faithful" 

N. Randall; M. Lynn; J. Butterfield; 

E. Fry, chairman; D. Edwards; K. 

Post; M. Bagnall. 



BOYS' SPORTS 
Seated: S. Minsky; W. Stearns 
W. Dries, editor; A. Coppella; J 
Whiting; D. McLean. Standing 
W. Diaz; R. Fry; P. Tuttle; D 
Tavares; R. Carlisle. 




GIRLS' SPORTS 
Seated: D. Lopes; A. Engstrom, 
editor; D. Houston; D. Schwam. 
Standing: W. Gomes; C. Cobb; 
L. Arnold. 



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Clarion, 1st row 1-r: S. Meharg; S. Bloom; C. Seaver; L. 
Silva; B. Whipple; D. Britton, editors; L. Washburn; C. 
Bramhall; G. Bumpus; C. Bongiovanni; D. Baker; J. Wager. 
2nd row: J. Butterfield; V. Tassinnari; J. Petit; H. Gibbs; 
R. Sand; P. Pascoe; D. Schwam; A. Bongiovanni; D. Hall. 



3rd row: W. Franks; L. Arnold; D. Davis; L. Cappannari; 
S. Vacchino; C. Kuhn; S. Brenner; P. Reposa. 4th row: R. 
Johnson; W. Diaz; C. Cappannari; R. Bradley; J. Alves; R. 
Silva; A. Cappella. 



CLARION STAFF 



The "Clarion" was established to let the students know 
what is going on in the school and promote enthusiasm about 
the school. Among the features of the "Clarion" are, Mr. 
Demeo Speaks, where Mr. Demeo voices his opinion about 
different school matters; Letters to the Editor, where stu- 
dents give their opinion; and sport features. 



LITERARY 
MAGAZINE 



The Lit is now in its third consecutive year at Plymouth- 
Carver. The contributions represented in the magazine are 
from all levels of the student body with occasional contribu- 
tions from outside sources and from teachers. 




Lit Magazine; Seated: C. Wirtz- 
burger; W. Franks; J. Wager; D. 
Britton; A. Engstrom; G. Erick- 
son. Standing: W. Diaz; A. Bon- 
giovanni; D. Cappella; R. Silva; D. 
Schwam; G. La Verde; L. Cappan- 
nari. 



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FRENCH CLUB 



First row: D. Davis; E. Davis; C. Oliviera; M. Jako; A. 

Engstrom; Miss Iris Albertini, advisor; M. Morse; G. 
Cappannari; S. Baberi; P. Bastoni. Second row: D. Houston; 
S. Meharg; L. Cadose; J. Cotti; P. Maccaferi; C. Reardon; 
S. Stewart; P. Tavernelli; C. Bouchard; R. Desalvitore. Third 



row: P. Ferioli; J. Walker; E. Riles; D. Tinen; G. Stewart; 
J. Whiting; R. Freyermuth; R. Bradley; P. Niemi; C. 
Pacheco; A. Crocker. Fourth row: S. Keller; C. Bramhall; 
S. Bloom; L. Hammer; K. Griffen; J. Leonardi; P. Pascoe; M. 
Golsom; C. Cappannari; J. Taorminna. 



FRENCH AND LATIN CLUBS 



The French Club, advised by Miss Albertini, is 
comprised of all French students in Plymouth-Car- 
ver. Through slides, movies, and records, the stu- 
dent is given an insight into the French culture and 
people. 



The Latin Club is an organization dedicated to 
the study of the Latin language. All Latin students 
are considered members and elective positions are 
modeled after those of ancient Rome. Members, at- 
tired in Roman togas, attend the Junior Classical 
League Convention each year. 




LATIN CLUB 



First row: E Minsky J. Pacheco; A. Bongiovanni; J. Leon- 
ardi; P. Pascoe; D. Shurtleff; J. Lane; L. Perry; D. Guar- 
aldi; J. Strassel; E. Brigida; D. Cerusuolo. Second row: S. 
Brenna; C. Gately; D. Therba; S. Dunham; G. Stewart; J. 
Ferro; N. Ekland; W. Bagly; S. Meharg; C. Kuhn; E. Davis; 



C. Bouchard; T. Faunce. Third row: L. Arnald; S. Radcliffe; 
R. Bradley; P. Niemi; C. Besse; C. Ferrioli; H. Gibbs; C. 
Bramhall; S. Bloom. Fourth row: D. Davis; L. Petroff; C. 
Gately; L. Cappannari; G. Laverde; J. Wager; W. Roujeau; 

D. Griswold; J. Whiting; D. Dale; S. Tinen. 



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DEAN'S 
COUNCIL 




Seated: S. Brewster; V. Dries; Mrs. Urann, advisor; N. Silva; D. Lopes; W. Gomes. 
Standing: L. Washburn; L. Heath; B. Buckley, President; L. Blake; M. Pedro; D. 
Pina; S. Freyermuth. 




The Dean's Council Advisory Board is representative of all the 
Plymouth-Carver girls. Its main purpose is to sponsor talent shows, 
serve as Big Sisters to underclassmen, and formulate policies for 
general consideration. The Council hopes to increase the cultural 
and social activities of Plymouth-Carver High School. 



LEADER CORPS 



It is the duty of the Leader Corps, advised by Mr. Cingolani, 
to represent the ideal of leadership throughout the school. Mem- 
bers serve as ushers for various school programs, maintain the in- 
formation booth, and patrol the corridors. 



Seated: M. Montanari; A. Cap- 
pella, Chairman; D. Guaraldi, Sec- 
retary; Mr. Cingolani, advisor; J. 
Walker, Asst. Chairman; V. Hath- 
away; L. Erickson. Standing: E. 
Brigida; R. Costa; S. Minski; G. 
Lawrance; W. Franks; D. Kram- 
mer; R. Disalvatore; N. Pedrini; 
D. Watts; D. Yavares; N. Ekland; 
S. Kendall; E. Riles. 




SPANISH 
CLUB 




Spanish Club; First row 1-r: Mr. Philiberto Lopez, advisor; D. Alves; M. Lynn; N. 
Kelley; C. Sterns; E. Martin; D. Krammer; D. Stearns; J. Clark; R. Carlisle; Mrs. 
Anita Pranks, advisor. Second row 1-r: M. Barros; S. Sherman; C. Haigh; S. Dono- 
van; C. Gray; R. Tracy; S. Pimental; S. Minsky; D. Cappella; W. Dries. Third row 1-r: 
R. Silva; E. Erickson; M. Savery; K. Karklin; R. Costa; J. Sterna; C. Volta; J. Fur- 
tado; J. Medeiros; P. Anti; D. McLean. 

Newly formed this year, the Spanish and German Clubs give interested 
students a chance to become better acquainted with the language and the 
customs of either the Spanish speaking countries or of Germany. Through 
lectures, slides, movies, and extra laboratory practice, the advisors are 
able to accomplish their goals. 




GERMAN 
CLUB 



German Club; First row 1-r: Mrs. 
Marcelonis, advisor; L. Koblantz; 
R. Costa; C. Besse; A. Bumpus; 
R. Disalvatore; D. Watts; T. Pease. 
Second row 1-r: B. Meyer, C. Silva; 
D. Griswald; D. Hale; B. Silva; D. 
Schwom; K. Ferioli; N. Ekland. 



BOOKSTORE 



The Bookstore makes available to all stu- 
dents the required reading material for the 
entire school year and offers many other 
books not on the required lists. 



Bookstore; First row 1-r: D. Guaraldi; N. Pedrini; 
D. Watts; V. Hathaway; J. Walker; M. Jayko. 
Second row 1-r: S. Parker; J. Whiting; D. Griswald; 
D. Hale; B. Munch. Absent: J. Balonis; N. DeCost. 




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AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE CLUB 



"Walk together, talk together 
all ye peoples of the earth; 

Then and only then shall ye 
have peace." 



The American Field Service seeks to further Ameri- 
can understanding of life abroad and to familiarize 
foreign students with the American way of life. A.F.S. 
money raising activities include a food sale and dance. 
The money will be used to bring two exchange stu- 
dents to Plymouth-Carver next year and to send one 
of our students abroad the following year. In the 
spring, at an assembly for the entire student body, 
a group of foreign students from neighboring high 
schools will tell us of their experiences in America 
and of their own native customs. 





Advisor: Miss Patricia Palmer; President, Susan Crocker; Secretary, Carmen Brews- 
ter; Treasurer, Cynthia Besse; Student Representative, Robert Silva; Homes Coordina- 
tor, Susan Sherman; Americans Abroad Coordinator, Deborah Showm. 



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"The Diary of Anne Frank' 

After months of rehearsing, the Drama Club presented 
The Diary of Anne Frank. Under the capable direction of 
Miss Janet Draghetti, the play proved to be a great success. 

THE CAST 

Deborah Torrence Anne Frank 

James Burns Peter Van Daan 

Robert Tracy Mr. Kraler 

Peggy Bastoni Mrs. Van Daan 

Carole Gellar Margot Frank 

Syrel Sherman Miep 

Paul Williams Dussel 

John Pacheco Mr. Frank 

Jane Leonardi Mrs. Frank 

Robert Bradley Mr. Van Daan 




"Remember, Mr. So-and-So, re- 
member I'm a lady." 




'His name is Dussel . . . Jan Dussel. 



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The Drama Club Presents 




Drama Club First row 1-r: V. Hathaway; P. Neimi; Miss Janet Draghetti, advisor; C. 
Pacheco; D. Houston; N. Silva; D. Pacheco; D. Pacheco; D. Alves; J. Burns; Second 
row 1-r: J. Butterfield; L. Cappannari; R. Bradley; G. Cappannari; A. Erickson; J. 
Carter; B. Tracy; P. Williams; S. Armstrong; Third row 1-r: M. Furtado; M. Jayko; 
W. Franks; C. Burns; L. Ruprecht; D. Torrence; P. Bastoni; L. Triplett; Fourth row 
1-r: C. Hall; M. Perreault; N. LeVamgie; N. McConnell; P. Ferioli; S. Stewart; J. 
Strassel; J. Walker; D. Watts; Fifth row: C. Thompson; J. Spina; G. Cabral; G. Lo- 
Verde; P. Tavernelli; C. Geller; D. Showm; C. Cappannari. 



The Drama Club's purpose is to promote the art of 
the theatre through active participation by its mem- 
bers. Advised by Miss Janet Draghetti, the club has 
put on both one-act and longer plays. 



Curtain calls: C. Cappannari; L. Ruprecht; 
S. Armstrong; G. Courtney; D. Houston; 
J. Burns. 





Stage Crew: C. Hall; S. Dunham; J. 
Diaz; P. Williams. 



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THE DI?AMA ei 

TWO ONF-^ I I 




AYS 




THE 
M4RBIAGE 
Pfl0P0S4i 




THIS NIGH1 
SHALL PASS 



'Oh I've got palpitations of the heart!' 



Two One -Act Plays 





Linda and Skip aid an enemy soldier. 



Beauty and the beast. 



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And A One . . . And A Two . . . And A 



BAND 




Mr. John Pacheco, Director 




Mrs. Rosemary Way, Director 



ORCHESTRA 




The Band, Orchestra, and Chorus 
of Plymouth-Carver High School af- 
fords interested students the oppor- 
tunity to develop skills in music. Be- 
cause these activities are available to 
all students, their success has been 
evident. This year the three activi- 
ties have demonstrated success 
through the Christmas concert, as- 
sembly programs and numerous foot- 
ball game appearances. 



CHORUS 



Mr. John Ellis, Director 



SPORTS CLUB 




Boys' Varsity Club; First row 1-r: J. Murphy; D. Ceru- 
suolo; R. Gallagher; M. Babini; P. Anti; Mr. Mario 
Romano, advisor; S. Pimental; C. Caramello; N. De- 
Cost; J. Clark; D. Andrews. Second row 1-r: D. Tav- 
ares; D. Silvia; R. St. Goerge; D. McLean; J. Botelho; 
W. Curtis; W. Pinto; G. Butters; S Radcliff; W. 
Stearns; R. Carlisle; S. Minsky. Third row 1-r: S. 



Cline; W. Cristani; W. Beal; V. Sadowsky; T. May; 
J. Chadwick; D. Lane; R. Ferrari; W. Diaz; M. Caton; 
R. Fry; R. Wild. Fourth row 1-r: E. Krokowski; J. Me- 
deiros; A. Young; M. Perry; R. Janson; K. Medeiros; 
D. Furtado; R. Boynton; D. Griswold; R. Pratt; N. 
Bissett. 




The object of the Boys' Varsity and the Girls' Sports Club is to promote 
better school spirit and good sportsmanship. It honors those students who 
have achieved this goal. Membership in the Varsity Club is confined to 
those boys who have earned their letters in football, basketball, cross- 
country or track. The Girls' Sports Club is composed of this year's field 
hockey and basketball teams, and the cheerleaders, and last year's soft- 
ball and tennis teams. 



Girls' Sports Club; First row 1-r: P. Aguiar; S. Clark; C. 
Silvia; D. Parker; C. Thompson; P. Pimental; Miss Judith 
Wild, advisor; Miss Nancy MacDuffee, advisor; B. Wood; 
D. Lopes; D. Fernandes; W. Gomes; B. Fernandes. Second 
row 1-r: K. Bubbins; K. Browning; V. Fernandes; M. James; 
I. Pina; V. Hathaway; D. Ruprect; C. Rettig; D. Silgado; L. 
Rose; L. Axford; L. Stevens; L. Koblantz; C. Besse. Third 



row 1-r: D. McDogle; S. Brewster; M. Pina; D. Houston; 
B. Fratus; L. Heath; C. Oliviera; M. Furtado; C. Pruss- 
man; J. Plant; J. Cotti; B. Guerra; N. Kelley; C. Pederzani. 
Fourth row I-r: S. Henderson; C. Lodi; C. Pina; N. Darsch; 
S. Robertson; T. Meharg; M. Medeiros; E. Wood; P. Ron- 
carati; J. Edwards; S. Ryan; S. Edwards; S. Meharg; C. 
Bramhall. 



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Participating, Serving . . . Clubs 




Geological Society; First row 1-r: 
S. Donovan; M. Perrault; Mr. Ron- 
ald Gomes, advisor; F. Richards; 
L. Axford; B. Davidson; J. Lane. 
Second row 1-r: R. Brown; B. 
Meyer; S. Dunham; C. Bouchard; 
B. Bagley; B. Curtis; C. Cappan- 
nari. 



GEOLOGICAL 
SOCIETY 



The Geological Society, advised by Mr. Ronald Gomes, is a 
select group of students elected by the members themselves. 
Vfany field trips are taken to Maine and New Hampshire to 
acquaint the students with the various land and rock forma- 
tions. 



MATH CLUB 



The Math Club, under the direction of Mr. Alexis Bakeef, 
seeks to further the student's knowledge of computer machin- 
ery. The objective of this year's club is to study computer pro- 
gramming techniques and prepare an elementary computer pro- 
gram which will be submitted to a computer at a Boston college 
this spring. 



Math Club; First row 1-r: Mr. 
Bakeef f, advisor; S. Whitman; K. 
Griffith; V. Dries; C. Gately; C. 
Gately; E. Minsky. Second row 1-r: 
M. Montanari; C. Cappannari; S. 
Sherman; J. Strassel; E. Brigida; 
S. Keller; S. Williams; T. Pease. 
Third row 1-r: B. Meyers; H. 
Prussman; D. Griswald; D. Hale; 
J. Whiting; J. Clark; R. Silva; J. 
Lane. 




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Provide Outlets For Varied Interests 



DEBATE CLUB 



First row, 1-r: Miss Janet Draghetti, ad- 
visor; L. Petroff; F. Hart; B. Binder; D. 
Therber; B. Whipple; Miss Sally Day, ad- 
visor; Second row, 1-r: J. Burns; M. Per- 
rault; M. Couter; D. Houston; R. Magura; 
A. Crocker; S. Radclife. 





Library Assistants: Left to right: A. Engstrom; L. Perry; L. Cappannari; R. 
Disalvatore; D. Houston; V. Hathaway; C. Carafoli; D. Edwards; B. Costa; 
G. Erickson; B. Brown; P. Davis; M. DeCost; R. Brown; J. Alves. 



LIBRARY, 

LAB, AND 

OFFICE 

ASSISTANTS 



Lab Assistants 
Left to right: P. Maccaferi; S. Dunham; S. Fortini; W. 
Franks; P. Morin; C. Hall; K. Littlefield. 





Office Assistants 
Seated, 1-r: J. Bumpus; M. Ledo; V. Caramsalisis; E. Nitz- 
gen; D. Guaraldi. 



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Future Nurses 




Future Nurses Club; Mrs. Ruth Volta, advisor; Deborah Shurtlett, president. 



Dedicated to the nurse and 
Her devoted service to 
Human welfare . . . 

The Future Nurses Club gives all interested girls 
an insight into the medical profession by visiting 
hospitals and hearing lectures. Each girl is given 
the opportunity to serve as a hospital volunteer. 

Newly formed this year, the Future Teachers 
Club acquaints all interested students with the 
teaching profession. By means of lectures and per- 
tinent information concerning this field, young stu- 
dents are encouraged to undertake this rewarding 
vocation. 



. . . And Teachers 



. . and to the teacher and his 
Endeavors in molding human character 




Future Teachers Club; Mrs. Jean Patenaude, advisor. 



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Cashiers; 1-r: P. Rettig; C. Barros; M. Bagnell; B. Wood; G. 
LaVerde; C. Thompson; S. Smith; K. Littlefield; J. Courtney; 
D. Edwards; S. Wright; S. Lewis. 



AUDIO-VISUAL STAFF 

Audio-Visual Aides; Mr. Louis Cappannari, advisor; 
Charles Cappannari; Benjamin Brewster. 



Activity 
Round-up 




Typists; First row 1-r: Mrs. Martinelli, advisor; C. Jesse; G. 
Erickson. Second row 1-r: C. Alves; T. LeVangie; L. Silva. 




Department Secretaries; First row 
1-r: Miss Beatrice Arthur, advisor; 
D. Baker; L. Miranda; P. Tribou; 
L. Maki. Second row 1-r: C. Coit; 
M. Ledo; S. Zinnani; J. Bumpus. 
Third row 1-r: V. Tassinari; P 
Hall; P. Rapoza; J. Petit. 



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TALENT SHOW— MARCH 11, 1966 




The cast thanks 
Mrs. Urann. 





The Four Freshmen 



Connie and Diane get ready to perform. 



P-C Au go go Alfred, Allan, Mike, 

Willy and Splint. 



"I no can marry both of 'dem, so, what 
I gonna do? ?" 




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Mr. Rathkamp and Paul provide fine folk 
entertainment. 



Bourbon cake and whipped cream pies 



"School days, school days . . 



"NO! ! ! !" 




Wendy and Christine team up for more 
folk music. 



"Boys don't make passes at girls who wear 
glasses . . sigh . ." 



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SENIOR PROM '66 




Happiness is 



The Senior Prom was held on Saturday, January 
29, 1966 at the White Cliffs of Plymouth. Dinner 
was served at eight followed by dancing until mid- 
night. The Prom was the first to be held outside 
the school and proved to be a great success. 




Bob Silva, President; Rose Costa; Richard Gallagher, Vice-president; 
Carolyn Volta; Dave Cappella, Treasurer; Anne Engstrom; Eddie Good- 
win ; Carol Brigida, Secretary. 




The Captain's Table 




Dancing after dinner 



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Bev pauses to talk to Geri. 



The White Cliffs 




The last dance . . 




Theresa and John enjoy an after-dinner 
dance. 



Time to say hello to a friend. 



151 





"Money, which represents 

the prose of life, 

and which is hardly spoken of 

in parlors without an apology, 

is, in its effects and laws, 

as beautiful as roses." 



Ralph Waldo Emerson 

(1803-1832) 





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Congratulations to the Class of 1966 



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6-8 Court St. 
Plymouth 



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PADOVANI REXALL 
PHARMACY 

289 Court St. 
North Plymouth, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

JOHNSON'S 
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE 



DEARN & McGARTH 



HOLMES GROC. 

87 SANDWICH ST. 
PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

746-0541 



LESLIE'S 



THE OCKERS CO. 

15 Main Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

464 Crescent 
Brockton, Mass. 

We offer a complete line 

of portable typewriters — 

Featuring 

Olivetti-Underwood 



Compliments of 

PINEWOOD WAY 
CAMPING AREA 

Paul & Irene Williams 
South Carver, Mass. 





Congratulations to 


the 




Senior Class 






from 






THE OLD COLONY 




THEATRE 




Mair 


i St. Ext. 

Tel. 746-0167 


Plymouth 



20 Middle Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



The ROGERS PRINT 

Producers of Preferred Printing 

(TH ACTIVEl 




LITHO-OFFSET & LETTERPRESS 



Tel. 746-1234 



JOSEPH H. BOUCHER 

Meats 
Groceries 
Novelties 

So. Carver 

Mass. 

Phone UNion 6-3641 



Best Wishes 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY 
ELECTRIC COMPANY 



Tel. 746-9300 



Main Street Extension 



Plymouth 



"Education is the Apprenticeship of Life" 

FOR SCHOOL NEWS 

. that story of the Class Prom 

. stories of special school events 

. social items of your Classmates 

. the weekly column of your school Press Club 

. your school graduation 

. your school athletics — baseball, football, field 
hockey, track, tennis 

. all with photos and action pictures 

READ THE OLD COLONY MEMORIAL 

— New England's Greatest Weekly Newspaper For 143 Years — 

(®ib (Mottu Mwnnrwl 

FOR QUALITY PRINTING — INQUIRE OF MEMORIAL PRESS 



WARNSMAN & FERIOLI 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

All Forms of Insurance 
and Real Estate 

7 Main Street 

Telephone 746-3999 

Plymouth, Mass. 



JOHNSON'S 

TRUCKING and 

EXCAVATING 

South Carver 
UN 6-3853 



(mso) 



Congratulations to the Class of '66 



KINGSTON OIL & GAS 



Joseph Balboni & Sons 



JU 5-4541 



JU 5-2604 



Main Office and Showroom 



62 Main Street — Kingston 



Propane Plant 



Pembroke St. (Route 27) — Kingston 



Tel. 746-0444 

C!^ AUTO BODY 

SAMOSET STREET 
PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

Body & Fender Work 
Glass Installation 

Specializing in 
Rebuilding Wrecks 

Aldo Fornaciari, Jr. 



KALLIO'S PACKAGE STORE 



South Carver, Mass. 




THE E. S. BURNS 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Realtors 



South Duxbury 

Massachusetts 

02374 

Telephone 

934-2422 



45 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

02360 

Telephone 

746-1965 

746-3606 



"Best Wishes 

to the Class of '66 

from 

KINGSTON LUMBER 
CO. 



TWIN MOTOR SALES 
CORPORATION 

HIGH GRADE CARS 

800 Crescent St. (Cor. Quincy St.) 
Brockton, Mass. 

A. BUCKMAN, Prop. 

Telephone Brockton 583-9379 



Plymouth Hardware, Inc. 

and 

Neri Plumbing Co. 

Sheet Metal Work and 

General Hardware 

42-44 Court Street 
Tel. 746-0265 



JOHN E. JORDAN CO. 

• Builders' Hardware 

• Electrical Supplies 

• Sporting Goods 

• Garden Tools 

• Housewares & Appliances 

• Kitchen Planning 



If it is 



JORDAN has it! 



Phone Pilgrim 6-2283 



MARIO'S AUTO BODY 



PI 6-0300 Plymouth, Mass. 



Congratulations from 

ROGER'S SUPER MARKET 

Manomet 



Compliments of 

GELLAR'S SERVICE STATION 

State Road, Manomet 
CA 4-2427 







Congratulations to the Class of 


'66 








EMERSON'S STORE 






White 


Horse 


Beach 




Massachusetts 



"We Telegraph Flowers Everywhere" 

VALENTE BROS., FLORISTS 

CUT FLOWERS * FLORAL DESIGNS * PLANTS 

Telephone 746-3131 297 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 






CECCARELLI CLEANERS 




"WE KEEP THE SPOTS" 


746-0941 


Plymouth, Mass. 



COTTI - LAURENCE CO., INC. 

Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers and Contractors 

730 Bridge Street 
North Weymouth 91, Mass. 




SMITH'S 



53 Main Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 





Best of Luck to the Seniors 






TASSY'S 




Summer Street 


Tel. JU5-4509 


Kingston, Mass. 



MEL'S AUTO REPAIR 

Repairs on all make cars 

109 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth 

E. T. Diozzi, Proprietor 
Esso Products 

Telephone PI 6-1547 



WARD & BRADY 



Telephone JU 5-2222 

KINGSTON BLOCK CO., 
INCORPORATED 

Complete Line of Masonry Supplies 
Cesspools Built and Pumped 



72 Main Street 



Kingston, Mass. 



MASSASOIT 
VENDING SERVICE INC. 

"Automatic Cafeteria Systems" 

Tel. 746-1713 
Plymouth, Mass. 



MAURO J. CANEVAZZI 

PLYMOUTH INSURANCE 

AGENCY 

Edward D. Borlatti, 

Associate 

56 Sandwich St. 

Plymouth, Mass. 



AGWAY INC. 


PLYMOUTH FEED & GARDEN 


CENTER 


LARRY WARD 


Summer St. Plymouth 


Tel. 746-0970 



MIDWAY SERVICE 
CENTER 

Gas — Oil — Groceries 



Route 58 



South Carver 




Congratulations 

to all graduates of Plymouth-Carver High School 

From Radio Station 



WPLM 



Good Luck to All of You 
—The Class of 1966 



John Thomas Campbell 

1390 on your AM dial 

911 mc. on your FM dial 



owner, manager of WPLM 

500 watts 

50,000 watts 



6 A.M. - Midnight 
Radio Voice of Plymouth, Cape Cod, and The Islands 



JOHNSON & KNIGHT 

General Contractors 

Carver & Wareham 

George Johnson 

Carver 866-4471 

Solon Johnson 

Carver 866-4446 

Henry Knight 

Wareham 295-9430 



Compliments of 



CAPE COD 

Cranberry Co-Op., Inc. 



Compliments of 

DUN LAP'S OIL & GAS 
SERVICE 

38 Samoset Street 
Plymouth 
746-1278 



SHIRETOWN GLASS 

32 So. Park Ave. 
Plymouth 

746-1955 



SAMOSET 
T V & RADIO, INC. 

T V— Radio— Stereo 
Sales — Service — Rentals 

97 Samoset Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

PI 6-2499 



Best Wishes from 

METROPOLITAN LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. 

2 School St. 
Plymouth 

435 Main St. 
Hyannis 



L. W. SAWYER & SONS 



Compliments of 

CAPPANNARI BROS. 

25 Water St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 



PLYMOUTH MEN'S SHOP 



BRADLEY 

Professional Pharmacy 

22 Court St. — Plymouth 
746-0358 

Roy B. Bradley, 
Registered Pharmacist 

"You Can Depend On Us, 
Your Doctor Does." 



SAMOSET GARAGE, INC. 

Buick-Pontiac 

40 Samoset St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 



SEARS FUEL CO. 

"Let the Green Fleet 
Deliver Your Heat" 

PI6-1700 



LORING'S 

Established 1894 

Watchmakers and Jewelers 

29 Main St. 
Plymouth 



FURNITURE— GIFTS— BEDDING 

HENRY'S FURNITURE CO. 

48-50 Court Street, Plymouth, Mass. 

Henry J. Busi — Edna A. Busi 

Ronald V. Busi 

DIAL 746-1118 



Best Wishes 



JIM'S RESTAURANT 



17 Main Street 



PI 6-9838 



Compliments 
of 



WASHBURN'S 
LAKESIDE GREENHOUSES 



Best Wishes 



RAYCURT 
ALUMINUM CENTER 



39 Court St. 



74-2976 



JOHN ALDEN 
GIFT SHOP 



and 



SAMOSET 
Gift Shop 



Compliments 
Of 

W. T. GRANT 

Plimoth Plaza 
Plymouth, Mass. 



Congratulations to the Graduates 




PRESS I ?W^ &^~ 

ft* SAMOSET 9TREET • PLYMOUTH. MASS. \4 f] 




Congratulations to the Class of '66 



PLYMOUTH FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK 



Plymouth — Kingston — Duxbury — Marshfield 



Your Bank for School Savings 



Best of Luck to the Seniors From 

THE PURITAN 
CLOTHING CO 

"Modern Stores for Men & Boys" 



Plymouth — Rockland 

and 

THE PURITAN CLEANING DEPT. 

Plymouth's Oldest and Finest Dry Cleaners 



Plymouth Tel. PI 6-3730 





Louis M. Leconte 




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L COMPAN 

Loam — Sand — Gravel 


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Loader and Bulldozer Service 






Phone UN 6-4402 






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South Carver, Mass. 
Railroadiana of Yesteryear 




Congratulations to the 
Class of 1966 



M&M SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 



Pilgrim 6-1915 



35 Main Street 



SPONSORS 



H. R. Bailey Co. 

Bud's Jenny Station 

Pioneer Food Store 

Stein's Furniture 

Zanello Furniture 

F. J. Gilbert & Sons 

Currier Restaurant 

Lou's Delicatessen 

Kingston Sunoco 
Service Station 

Knife's Grocery 

Middle Street 
Barber Shop 

Buck's Linoleum & Tile 

Merritt's Service Station 

Green Thumb 

CrowelPs 

Delano & Keith 

Mr. & Mrs. Carl W. Johnson 

Grassi & Maki 

The Workers of Plymouth 
Nursing Home 

Perry's Market 



Victoria's Market 

Plymouth Glass Co. 

Judi's 

Maple Crest Nursing Home 

Towne Shoe Service 

Canevazzi's Market 

The Charm Shop 

Benea Block Co. 

Benotti's Market 

Alves' Shoe Store 

Maccaferri Shoe Store 

Louis' Barber Shop 

Cape Travel Agency 

H. A. Bradford & Sons, Inc. 

Barbeiri's Grocery Store 

Happy Hollow Motel 

Frank H. Cola 

North Plymouth Liquor Mart 

Crane Brook Co. 

Cooper Drug Store 

Mando's Furniture, Inc. 

Klarky's Antiques 

Alfred's Hairstyling Salon 



Compliments of 



ROBY'S INCORPORATED 



Carver, Mass. 

Heating Oils — Gasoline — Diesel Fuels 

Phone 866-4545 Consultants 

Heating Engineers 



Compliments of 



PLYMOUTH LUMBER CO. 



Robins Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 



Congratulations to the Class of 1966 
"Home Beauty Is Our Business" 

SHERMAN 
FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. 



310 Court Street— Plymouth, Tel. 746-1440 



"Service You Can Trust" 



VOLTA OIL COMPANY 






VOLTa 
OIL CO. 

TEXACO 
PRODUCTS 

BOTTLED GAS 



Sales and Service of 

Texaco Fuel Chief Heating Equipment 

Gas Appliances and Home Heating 



Samoset Street 



Tel. 746-1340 



Plymouth, Mass. 



FRIENDS 


1 Mr. & Mrs. Albert Balboni 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Curriea 


Blue Blinds Gift Shop 


Mr. & Mrs. David Nye 


Mr. & Mrs. Walter Myatt 


Vickie's Delicatessan 


Hilltop Rest Home 


Mr. & Mrs. Leo J. Caron 


Plymouth Paint & Wallpaper 


O'Keefe's Hat Shoppe 


Mr. & Mrs. Albino Perry 


Linda Perry 


Mr. & Mrs. Ralph L. Lineton 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rose 


Mr. & Mrs. Tuivo Erickson 


A Friend 


S.A.M 


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What's new for tomorrow is 




at SINGER today! 




SINGER 




11 Main Street 


Plymouth 



BERNARD'S LADIES 7 APPAREL 

1 Court St. 
Plymouth, Mass. Tel. 746-1635 





SPONSORS 


Samuel Arons & Son 


Standish-Chevrolet, Inc. 


Carroll Cut Rate 


Reliable Cleaners 


Dexter's Shoe Store 

Anti's 

Mayflower Awning Co. 


Plymouth & Brockton St. Railway 
Plymouth Rock Grocery 


Ted Vaughan 


Mr. & Mrs. George R. Courtney 


Carver, Mass. 


and 


Pilgrim Drug 


Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bryant 


Bell's Shop 


Gambini's 



^hrarrison 
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PHOTOGRAPHY 

36 Cherry St. 

746-2487 



Congratulations 
from 



PLYMOUTH 
BOWL-O-MAT 

One Park Ave. 

746-9825 



MIDWAY MOTORS INC. 



Telephone 746-2400 



111 Samoset Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 



Chrysler — Plymouth — Land Rover 



rtM'j^i-- firmS 


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Walk - Over 
Shoe Store 


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Compliments of 



HEATHER SHOP 



40 Court Street 



WILDES MOTOR CO. # 
INC. 

Samoset St. PI 6-2900 

Plymouth, Mass. 



With the Compliments 
of the 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
OF CARVER 






PROFESSIONAL SPONSORS 


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Victor V. Ragonetti, M.D. Dr. & Mrs. Samuel K. Stewart 


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Hyman Duby, M.D. C. James Gormley, M.D. 


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C. C. Agnew, M.D. Richard 0. Elliott, M.D. 


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John Merrick, M.D. 


CO 


Avery - Dooley - Post - Avery 



Best Wishes to the Senior Class 



GINNY'S COFFEE SHOP 





MORE FRIENDS 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Shurtleff Mr. & Mrs. Walter Furtado 




ome 



NATIONAL BANK 



MAIN OFFICE: 34 SCHOOL STREET, BROCKTON 



A Major Source Of Financing In This Area For 162 Years. 



PLYMOUTH 
KINGSTON 
DUXBURY 
MANOMET 



4 North Street 

83 Summer Street 

Snug Harbor, off Washington Street 

Point Road, at Strand Avenue 



BROCKTON (Main Office) 
MONTELLO 
EAST SIDE 
WEST SIDE 



34 School Street 

836 North Main Street, at Oak 

593 Centre, at BPM Edstway 

210 Westgate Street 



BRIDGEWATER 

WHITMAN 

EAST BRIDGEWATER 

WEST BRIDGEWATER 



20 Central Square 

629 Washington Street 

6 Central Street 

5 West Center Street 



MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 









CO 




3300 Monroe Road • Charlotte, N. C. 



• THE finest IN SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY 



fiupe/iart, QtiaMtj 



IN SCHOOL YEARBOOKS. 



N.E. Representative: 
Robert Vantine 
555 High St. 
Westwood, Mass. 
Tel. 326-0466 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

We would like to express sincere appreciation to the following for their 
valuable assistance in the creation of the 1966 Pilgrim: 

Miss Anita Drisko, our faculty advisor and honorable mentor, who con- 
stantly kept us hopping when fatigue set in. 

Mr. Robert Vantine, our representative from the Delmar Printing Com- 
pany, whose numerous suggestions proved invaluable. 

The Dicksons, our photographers, who did far more than expected to 
help us meet deadlines and preserve the year in pictures. 

Plimoth Plantation for its loan of several pictures and color trans- 
parencies. 

The administration and faculty for their patience and understanding 
when classes were interrupted for Pilgrim pictures. 

The Brockton Enterprise and the Old Colony Memorial for countless 
photographs. 

Jean Furtado and Glenya Erickson, our business managers, who began 
this year with a deficit and brought the Pilgrim to financial success. 

Mr. Edward Buckley for transporting materials to and from Westwood 
saving us valuable postage money. 

Ellie Fry and her secretaries for their invaluable aid around the Pil- 
grim office. 

Donna Baker, Gerry Bumpus, Linda Maki, Theresa Viera, and Margaret 
Ledo for their generous time and effort in the typing of the yearbook 
copy. 

All the editors, staff members, and interested students who helped to 
make the 1966 Pilgrim a fine yearbook. 

Our advertisers, sponsors, and friends for their continued support of 
the Plymouth-Carver High School's annual publication. 

Barbara Buckley 
Charles Caramello 



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